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nearly the entire catalogue. Special attention is called to the fine collection of genealogical 

The following is a partial list selected at random : 

Early Voya8;es* 

Anson's Voyage, 1769 ; Beemish, Discovery of America ; LasCasas Tracts ; Champlain's 
Voyages, 6 vols.. Quebec, 1870 ; Clarke's Geographical Description, 1671 ; Works on 
Columbus; Douglass Summary, 1760; Groans of the Plantations, 1689; Grynaeus, Novus 
Orbis, 1532 ; Lucas, Annals of the Brothers Nicolo and Antonio Zeno ; Peter Martyr, 1574 ; 
Morden, Geography Rectified, 1692 ; Petavius, History of the World, 1659 ; Capt. Sharp's 
Voyages, 1684 ; Works by Capt. John Smith, Verrazano, Vespuctius. 

Histories^ BSographics, etc* 

Adams' History of the U. S. ; American Almanac, complete set ; American Bibliop- 
olist ; Brown's Genesis of the U. S. ; Trials of Aaron Burr, boards, uncut ; Carver's 
Travels ; Catesby, Trees and Shrubs of America, 1767 ; Chastellux's Travels ; De Tocque- 
ville's Democracy in America ; Dunlap's Arts of Design in U. S. ; Works by Benjamin 
Franklin; Freneau's Miscellaneous Works, 1788 ; Alexander Hamilton's Works ; Dawson's 
Life of William Henry Harrison ; Janson's Stranger in America, 1807 ; James Madison's 
Writings ; Magazine of American History ; Works on the Shakers ; Winsor's Narrative 
and Critical History of America ; Biographies of John and Samuel Adams, Fisher Ames, 
Bancroft, Joel Barlow, Aaron Burr, Rufus Choate, Henry Clay, De Witt Clinton, Benjamin 
Franklin, Horace Greeley, Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, 
Gouverneur Morris, Tom Paine, E. A. Poe, John Randolph, Martin Van Buren, and others. 

Ftendbi and Indian War* 

Franklin's Interest of Great Britain Considered, 1760; Loudoun Orderly Book ; Louis- 
bourg in 1745; Observation on a Late State of the Nation, 1769; Sargent's Braddock's 
Expedition ; History of the Reign of George III. ; Life of General Wolfe. 

Tlie American Revolution* 

Americans against Liberty, I775 J Barnum, Spy Unmasked; Orations on the Boston 
Massacre, original editions; Works on Bunker Hill ; Burgoyne's Expedition from Canada, 
1780; Hartley's Letters on the American War, 1778; Hull's Revolutionary Services ; Major 
General Charles Lee ; Onderdonk's Revolutionary Incidents in Kings, Queens, and Suffolk 

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Counties, New York ; Ramsey's American Revolution ; Rights of the English Colonies 
Established in America, 1774; Sargent's Loyal Verses of Joseph Stansbury and Dr. 
Jonathan Odell ; Simcoe Military Journal ; Stonfe's Life of Brant ; Washingtoniana. 

Wat of I8I2« 

Atcheson's American Encroachments of British Rights; Atherton, Suffering and 
Defeat of Northwestern Army, 1842 ; Butler's American Bravery ; Coggeshall's American 
Privateers ; Paris M. Davis, Authentick History of the Late War ; Hull's Campaign of the 
Northwestern Army ; Brigader General Hull's Defense ; Ingersoll's Sketch of the Second 
War ; James' Naval History, 6 vols.; Smith's Geographical View of Upper Canada, 1813. 

Indians and Archaeology* 

Bancroft's Native Races ; Beatty Journal, 1768 ; Bollaert's Researches ; Catlin's 
Indians; Cherokee Laws; Colden's Five Indian Nations of Canada, 1750; Delafield's 
Antiquities of America ; Heckewelder's History ; Manners and Customs of Indians of 
Pennsylvania; McCulloh's Researches; Morton's Crania Americana ; St. Clair's Narra- 
tive ; Schoolcraft's Indians ; Shea's Library of American Linguistics, complete set ; 
Squier's Antiquities ; Serpent Worship ; Thomson's Delaware and Shawanese Indians, 
1759 ; Wheelock's Indian Charity School at Lebanon, Conn., 1771. 


Families of Alison, Antill, Ashley, Aylsworth, Ballou, Bartow, Bird, Bolton, Bretz, 
Bright, Burt, Butler, Chauncey, Chester, Conant, Converse, Cutler, Dawson, DuBois, D wight, 
Farwell, Fiske, Gardiner, Garr, Goodwin, Hinds, Hollister, Humphreys, Hunt, Hyde, 
Jackson, Kimball, Kneeland, Lee, Leverett, Magennis, Mayer, Nash, Noble, Page, Palmer, 
Pitkin, Pope, Preble, Riddell, Rodman, Rutherford, Shattuck, Starin, Storrs. Strong, 
Thomas, Wetmore. Whitney, Winslow ; Alumni Oxoniensis; Munsell's American Ancestry ; 
Bond's Early Settlers of Watertown, Mass.; Harleian Society Publications ; Hinman's Early 
Puritan Settlers of Connecticut ; Huguenot Society Publications ; Littell's First Settlers of 
Passaic Valley ; New England Historical and Genealogical Register; Savage, Genealogical 
Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. 

Calif ornia* 

Histories of California by Bancroft, Capron, Hittell, Venegas ; D'Auteroche's Voyage, 
1778; Ryan's Personal Adventures in California; McGowan's Narrative, 1857 ; Annals 
of San Francisco by Soule, Gihon, and Nisbet ; Werth's Resources of California, 1851. 

North and South Gifolhuu 

Cordoza's Reminiscences of Charleston ; Chapman's Edgefield County ; Annals of 
Newberry ; O'Neall's Bench and Bar of South Carolina ; Toumey's Geology of South 
Carolina, 1848 ; Wilson's Province of Carolina, 1682. 


Barber's Historical Collections ; Peter's Connecticut, first edition ; Town Histories of 
Greenwich, Guilford, New Haven, New London, Waterbury, Newington, Wolcott. 


History of the Counties of Champaign, Cook, Christian, De Witt, Fulton, Jackson , 
Johnson, La Salle, Macoupin, Madison, Marion, Montgomery, Pike, Randolph, St. Clair, 
Schuyler, Shelby ; Ford's History of Illinois ; Welby, Visit to the English Settlements in 
Illinois; Wood's Two Years' Residence in the Illinois Country, 1822. 

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North's History of Augusta, Johnston's Bristol and Bremen, Noyes' Norway, Hough's 
Pemaquid, History of Thomaston and Rockland, Williamson's History of Maine, Emery's 
Ancient City of York. 


Town Histories of Amherst, Attleborough, Ayer, Beverly, Braintree and Quincy, 
Charlestown, Danvers, Douglas, Easthampton, Framingham, Hubbardston, Leicester, 
Medford, Nantucket. Newburyport, Pitts field, Plymouth, Wobum, State Histories by 
Austin, Barry, and Bradford ; Drake's Boston ; Massachusetts Historical Society Proceed- 
ings; Barber's Historical Collections. 

New Eii8;IancL 

Bishop's New England Judged, 1702; Drake's Researches; Felt's Ecclesiastical 
History ; Mather's Magnalia, 1702 ; Mather's A Further Account of the Tryals of the 
New England Witches, 1693 ; The Mystery of Israel's Salvation Explained, 1669 ; Dis- 
course on Comets ; Palfrey's History of New England ; Prince Society Publications ; 
Young's Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers. 

New Hampshire* 

Barstow's History of New Hampshire, Bouton's Concord, Eaton's Candia, Worcester's 
HoUis, Hill's Mason, Cogswell's New Boston, Rennel's Sanbomton, Whiton's History of 
New Hampshire. 

New Jersey* 

Barber's Historical Collections, History of Essex and Hudson Counties, Winfield's 
Hudson County, Strykcr's Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War, Wickes' His- 
tory of the Oranges, Raum's History of New Jersey, Raum's Trenton. 

New York State* 

Munsell's Annals of Albany, Wilkinson's Bingham ton, Broadhead's New York State, 
Gould's Delaware County, Records Town of Hempstead, Benton's Herkimer County, 
Lewis County, Livingston County, Ayres' Legends of Montauk, Thompson's Long Island, 
Prime's Long Island, Riker's Newton, Eager's Orange County, Ruttenber's History of 
Orange County, History of Queens County, Smith's History of New York, Whitaker's 
History of Southold, Squier's Antiquities, Histories of Troy, Campbell's Tryon County, 
Turner's Phelps and Gorham's Purchase, Bogg's Utica, Bolton's Westchester County. 

New York Oty* 

Stiles' History of Brooklyn ; Hildeburn's Printers and Printing in Colonial New 
York ; Jogues' Novum Belgium ; Records of New Amsterdam, 7 vols.; Valentine's History 
of New York. 


Champaign and Logan Counties, Drake's Cincinnati, Whittlesey's Early History of 
Cleveland, Hamilton County, Knox County, Butterfield's Wayne County. 


Allegheny and Beaver Counties; Brackenridge, Western Insurrection in Western 
Pennsylvania ; Day's Historical Collection ; Ephrata Press ; Hazard's Annals ; Penn's No 
Cross, No Crown, 1669; Watson's Annals of Philadelphia; Proud's History of Pennsyl- 
vania ; Annals of Phoenixville ; Saur Bible, 1776; History of Schuylkill Fishing Company. 

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Rhode IslancL 

History of Barrington, City and Scenery of Newport, Proceedings of the Rhode Island 
Historical Society. 


Bancroft's History of Texas* Laws of the Republic of Texas, Stiff's Texan Emigrant, 
Yoakam's History of Texas. 


Histories of Hartford, Middlebury, Newfane, Salisbury and Windsor Counties; 
Vermont State Papers ; Williams and Thompson's Histories of Vermont. 


Annals of Augusta County ; Beverley's Virginia, 1707 ; Campbell's History of Virginia ; 
Hawk's Contribution ; Jefferson's Notes ; Nova Britannia ; Semple's Baptists in Virginia ; 
Smith's Virginia, Stith's Virginia. 

The WcsL 

Bailey's Journal ; Bartlett's Personal Narrative ; Carver's Travels ; Cuming's Western 
Country; Hutchin's Topographical Description, 1778; Keating's Narrative; Kenzie's 
Wau-Bun ; Lewis and Clark ; Schoolcraft ; Shea's Discovery of the Mississippi Valley ; 
Complete sets U. S. Geological and Geographical Surveys. 

Arctic and Alaska* 

Whymper's Alaska ; Beechey's Voyage ; Crantz's Greenland ; Hooker's Journal in Ice- 
land; Parry's Journal ; Richardson's Arctic Expedition ; Scheffer's Histoire de la Lapoine, 
1678 ; Scoresby's Arctic Regions. 

British America* 

Bartlett's Canadian Scenery. Bouchette's British Dominions in North America, Chris- 
tie's Lower Canada, Heriot's Travels through the Canadas, Hind's Labrador, Lambert's 
Travels, Bonnycastle's Newfoundland, Lockwood's Nova Scotia, Rattray's The Scot in 
British North America, Smyth's Sketches in the Canadas. 

Central America* 

Squier's Nicaragua, Schmidt's The Stone Sculptures of Capan and Quirigua, Squicr's 
States of Central America, Stephens* Travels. 


Bullock's Six Months in Mexico ; Memoirs of Mexico, Diaz ; Brantz Mayer's Mexico, 
Aztec, Spanish, and Republican ; Ober's Travels ; Ward's Mexico. 

South America* 

Armitage's Brazil, Agassiz's Brazil, Caldcleugh's Travels in South America, Graham 's 
Chili, Cochrane's Travels in Colombia, Bennett's British Guiana, La Plata, Paraguay, 
Patagonia, Peru, Venezuela. 

West Indies* 

A Short History of Barbados, 1768 ; Natural History of Barbados, 1750 ; Cuba ; Gage's 
A New Survey. 1677 ; Admiral Vernon's Authentic]Papers, etc., 1744. 

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Books Relating to America 


No. 14 West 220 Street NEW YORK CITY 


{Including Pre-Columbian and Columbian and Early Colonial History) 

1 American Colonial Tracts relat- 
ing to Georgia and Virginia, etc. 
(Mountgomry Establishment of a 
New Colony to South Carolina, 1717; 
Oglethorpe Colony of Georgia, 1733; 
a Narrative of Indian Wars in Vir- 
ginia, 1675-76; etc.) 12 rare tracts 
reprinted and bound in one volume. 
Thick 8vo, cloth, uncut. Rochester, 
1897-98- $3-50 

2 Anson's Voyage Round the 
World, 1740-44. Compiled from His 
Papers by Richard Walters. Maps 
and Charts. 8vo, calf, pp. 536. Lon- 
don, 1769. $3.00 

A voyage of most consuming interest. Anson 
hated the Spaniards and despised the French- 
men, and was the veriest bulldog of all circum- 
navigators, loving nothing better than a tough 
contest. He is said to have returned from his 
four-years' voyage with more spoils than any 
other individual ever brought home. 

3 Arber, Edward. An English Gar- 
ner: Ingatherings from Our History 
and Literature; consisting of reprints 
of rare Prose Works on Trade, 
Social Life, Sports, also 2000 Poems, 
Elegies, Sonnets, Ballads, etc., many 
of which are not obtainable in any 
other form. Complete in 8 vols. 
Small 4to, cloth, tmcut. London, 
1897-98. $12.50 

A great mass of material relating to English 
literature and history. Some of the reprints 

relate to the early voyages and history of 
America, Captain John Smith, Linschoten, Dutch 
and English East Indies Companies, Hawkins, 
Drake, West Indies, etc. Each volume con- 
tains over 600 pages, and the entire contents is 
carefully edited and indexed. 

4 Banvard) Joseph. Romance of 
American History. Early events con- 
nected with the French Settlement at 
Fort Carolina, the English Plantation 
at Jamestown, etc. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
306. Boston, 1852. .75 

5 Beemishy N. L. The Discovery 
of America by the Northmen in the 
Tenth Century. With notices of the 
Early Settlements in the Western 
Hemisphere. Map of Vinland, An- 
cient Inscriptions and Genealogical 
Tables. 8vo, cloth, pp. 239. London, 
1841. $4.00 

6 Blacket) W. S. Researches into 
the Lost Histories of America; or, 
The Zodiac Shown to be an Old Ter- 
restrial Map in which the Atlantic 
Isle is Delineated so that Light can 
be Thrown upon the Obscure His- 
tories of the Earthworks and Ruined 
Cities of America, yy illustrations of 
ancient figures, maps, and god^. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 336. London, 1^3. $2.50 

America known to the Ancients in all Parts 
of the World, Ethnology of Mexico, Geography 
of Ancient America Concealed in the Icelandic 
imd^Scandinavian Mythology, etc. 

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7 Burke. Account of the Euro- 
pean Settlements in America; with 
Discovery, Manners, and Customs of 
the Indians, Settlements of the Span- 
ish, Portuguese, Dutch, French, and 
English. 2 vols., 8vo, calf. London, 
1760. $4.00 

By Edmund Burke. A chapter is devoted to 
the city of New York. 

8 Cebot. Beazley, C. R. John and 
Sebastian Cabot. The Discovery of 
North America. Illustrated. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 312. New York, 1898. 


9 Cabots, Tarducci, Francesco. 
John and Sebastian Cabot. Trans- 
lated by Henry F. Brownson. 8vo, 
doth, pp. 415. Detroit, 1893. $2.00 

ro Cartier. Href Recit et Succincte 
Narration de la Navigation in 1^35 
et 1536. Par Le Capt. Jacques Qir- 
tier. Aux lies de Canada, Hoche- 
laga, Saguenay et autres. Introduc- 
tion par M. D'Avezac. i2mo, half 
morocco. Paris, 1863. $5.00 

II Casas B. de las Cortes, etc. (Let- 
ters and Documents now first printed 
for Henry Stevens, at the Chiswick 
Press), comprising the following: 

I. Las Casas, Carta al Mercurino 
Arborio de Gattinara, Chanceller de 
S. Mag. el Rey Don Carlos. Anno, 

II. Carta de Amonestacion a los 
Senores presidente y Oydores de la 
real audiencia, tocante a la libertad y 
jurisdicion ecclica y execucion della 
y de liberated y remedios de la in- 
justicias y agravious de las Yndios de 
su obispado. 1545. 

III. Las Casas Carta a los Rev. 
Padres del capitulo provincial de 
Guatimala y del de Chiapo. Anno, 

IV. Hernando Cortes. Carta al 
Rey Don Carlos V. mostrandole sa 
parescer acerca de los repartimientos 
de los Yndios. Ano. 1542. 

V. Parescer a Determinacion de 
los senores theologos de Salamanca 
sobre de que no deben ser babtisados 

los Yndios sin examinacion estrecha 
de su voluntad y concepto del dicho 
Sacramento. Ano. de 1541. 

VI. Memorial de Don Diego Co- 
lon Verrey y Almirante de las Yndias 
a su Mag. d Rey don Carlos sobre la 
conversion e conservacion de las 
gentes de las Yndias, etc. 1520. 

Six 4to tracts, boards, beautifully 
printed in black-letter. London, 
1854. $12.00 

Only a few printed, and rare. Murphy's sale, 

12 Cliaiiiplain. Complete Voyages 
and Works (in French). Par Abbe 
C. H. Laverdiere. Maps and plates. 
6 vols, bound in 5. 4to, half brown 
morocco, gilt tops. A fine set. 
Quebec, 1870. $25.00 

This is the edition containing all of Cham- 
plain's works, and includes his first American 
Voyage, 1599-1602, which has never before 
been published, except in an English translation 
by the Hakluyt Society. The MSS. of that 
voyage, which contain interesting drawings and 
which are here faithfully reproduced, was not 
even known to exisit thirty years ago. This 
first voyage is here followed by reprints of the 
editions of 1603, i6i3» i^iQi &iid 1632. 

13 Clarke, S. A. A Geographical 
Description of all the Countries of the 
Knowne World. That portion relat- 
ing to America with separate title and 
paging; viz., A True and Faithful Ac- 
count of the Four Chiefest Planta- 
tions of the English in America — to 
wit, Virginia, New England, Bermu- 
das, and Barbados. Pp. 85. En- 
graved title. Folio, half calf. Lon- 
don, 1671. $15.00 

14 Columbus. The Letter in Span- 
ish of Christopher Columbus, written 
on his return from his First Voyage, 
addressed to Luis de Sant Aagd. 
Reproduced in facsimile, with re- 
marks. Portrait. Royal 8vo, cloth. 
London, Ellis & Elvey, 1889. $4.50 

15 Columbus, Christopher. Select 
Letters of, with other original docu- 
ments, relating to his four voyages to 
the New World. Translated and 

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edited by R. H. Major. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 240. London, 1847. $2.50 

16 Columbus. De Insulus inuentis 
Espistola Cristoferi Colon, etc. 4 
woodcuts. i2mo, half red morocco. 
8 leaves of 27 lines to a full page. 
Paris, 1858. $5.00 

One of twenty copies reproduced in facsimile 
by Pilinski about 1858. Bailow copy brought 
$14.00; Ives, $12.00; Philadelphia, $17.50. 

17 Columbus. La Tavola di 
Bronzo il Pallio di Seta ed il Codice 
Colombo Americano, nouvamente il- 
lustrati by Giuseppe Banchero. Por- 
trait, maps, and facsimiles. Royal 
8vo, paper, uncut, pp. 589. Genoa, 
1857. $3.75 

18 Columbus. Becher, Capt. A. 
B. The Landfall of Columbus on His 
First Voyage to America; with a 
translation of Baron Bonnefoux's 
history of his previous life, with a 
chart showing his track to Cuba. 
Plate and map. 8vo, cloth, pp. 376. 
London, 1856. $6.00 


19 Columbus and the Discovery of 
the New World. From the French 
of M. le Marquis de Belloy. 6 fine 
etchings and 51 illustrations. 4to, 
cloth. London, 1878. $2.50 

20 Columbus. The Career of. (De- 
scriptions of Columbus, his Marriage, 
the Carthaginian Voyages, Columbus' 
Description of Iceland, Legends of 
Vinland, his Voyages to America, 
etc.) By Charies I. Elton, F. S. A. 
Map. 8vo, cloth, pp. 307. London, 
1892. $1.50 

21 Columbus. The Life of. By 
Arthur Helps. 8vo, cloth, pp. 262. 
London, 1869. $150 

22 Columbus. Life and Voyages 
of Christopher Columbus and His 
Companions. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth, un- 
cut London, 1849, $3.00 

23 Columbus. Kayserling, M. 
Christopher Columbus and Participa- 
tion of the Jews in the Spanish and 

Portuguese Discoveries. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. i^. New York, 1894, $1.00 

24 Columbus, Memorials of; or, A 
Collection of Authentic Documents 
of that Celebrated Navigator. Now 
first published from the Original 
Manuscripts, by order of the De- 
curions of Genoa; preceded by a 
Memoir of His Life and Discoveries. 
Translated from the Spanish and 
Italian. Facsimile letters and por- 
traits. 8vo, half calf, pp. 256. Lon- 
don, 1823. $6.00 

25 Columbus. Reddall, Henry F. 
Columbus the Navigator — His Life 
and Work, with an Account of the 
Pre-Columbian Discovery of Amer- 
ica. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 285. 
New York, 1892. $1.25 

26 Cooke, Edward. A Voyage to 
the South Sea and Round the World, 
Performed 1 708-11, with Description 
of the American Coasts from Terra 
del Fuego to California. Maps. 8vo, 
calf, pp. 456. London, 1712. $7.50 

A copy of this volume falling into the hands 
of Daniel Defoe inspired him with the idea of 
writing Robinson Crusoe. On its title appear 
these words, '* Wherein an Account is given of 
Mr. Alexander Selkirk, his manner of living 
and taming some wild beasts during the four 
years and four months he lived upon the unin- 
habited Island of Juan Femandes." 

27 Cortes, Heman. Fifth Letter of, 
to the Emperor Charles V.; contain- 
ing an Account of His Expedition to 
Hounduras. Translated from the 
original Spanish by P. de Gayangos. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 156. London, 1847. 


28 De Soto, Ferdinand. Life, 
Travels, and Adventures of, t)iscpv- 
erer of the Mississippi. By Lambert 
A. Wilmer. Steel plates and illustra- 
tions. 8vo, leather, pp. 532. Phila- 
delphia, 1859. $4.00 

* * This well-printed book is written in a style 
worthy of its subject. The story of De Soto 
is told with a vigor and nervous energy charac- 
teristic of his restless and ambitious career." — 

(29 (De Soto.) Adventures of Roger 
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Autobiography, translated from the 
Spanish by Dominick Daly, with a 
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of route. i2mo, cloth, pp. 301. 
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30 Dixon, Captain George. A 
Voyage Round the World, but More 
Particularly to the Northwest Coast 
of America: performed in 1785, 1786, 
1787, and 1788, in the King George 
and Queen Charlotte, Captains Port- 
lock and Dixon. Illustrated with 
maps and plates. 4to, full polished 
calf, pp. 400. London, 1789. $5.00 

31 Douglass, William. A Sum- 
mary, Historical and Political, of the 
First Planting, Progressive Improve- 
ments, and Present State of the Brit- 
ish Settlements in North America. 
Map. 2 vols., 8vo, calf. London, 
1760. $10.00 

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32 Esqnemeling. The History of 
the Buccaneers of America. Steel 
frontispiece, 4 parts in one volume. 
i8mo, pp. 660, calf. London, 1810. 


33 KBkc, John. The Discovery of 
America. With some account of An- 
cient America and the Spanish Con- 
quest. Maps. 2 vols., post 8vo, 
cloth. Boston, 1892. $3.00 

34 Oalvano, Antonio. The Discov- 
eries of the World from Their First 
Original to 1555. (All about those 
who first traveled, EHscoveries of the 
Spaniards, etc.) Published in Eng- 
land by Richard Hakluyt. Now re- 
printed and edited by Admiral Be- 
thune. 8vo, cloth, pp. 242. London, 
Hakluyt Society, 1862. $2.50 

35 Oroans of the Plantations; or, A 
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Extreme Sufferings by the Heavy Im- 

positions upon Sugar, and other 
Hardships Relating more particularly 
to the Barbados. Fine copy. 4to, 
half bound, pp. 35. London, 1689. 


36 Orynsens, Simon. Novus Orbis 
Regionum ac Insularum veteribus in- 
cognitarum, etc. (Includes the First 
Three Voyages of Columbus; Vin- 
cente Yanez Pinzon's Voyage; Ves- 
puccius' Third Voyage; The Four 
Voyages of Vespuccius copied from 
Gruninger; Fourth Decade of Peter 
Martyr, etc.) With large folding map. 
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B. A. V. 171. Where the volume and map 
and the dififerent variations of the latter are 
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above map is one that he believes rightly be- 
longs to the work, and is one of the earliest in 
in which the word America is to be found. 
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productions of early cartography, is alone worth 
more than any copy of the other edition of 
Grynseus, and is usually wanting.** Quaritch 
Bound with the above in the Basle edition of 
Peter Mart3rr's Three Decades, described. B. A. 
V. 176. 

37 Hudson, Henry. An Historical 
Inquiry Concerning Henry Hudson, 
His Friends, Relatives, and Early 
Life. The Discovery of Delaware 
Bay, etc. By John M. »Read, Jr. 
Plate. 8vo, cloth, pp. 209. Albany, 
1866. $2.00 

38 Tefferys, Thomas. Voyages from 
Asia to America for Completing the 
Discoveries of the Northwest Coast 
of America. With a Sumniary of 
Voyages made by the Russians in 
Search of a Northeast Passage. 
Maps. 4to, uncut, pp. 120. London, 
1764. $6.00 

39 Jesuit Belations and Allied Docu- 
ments. Travels and Explorations of 
the French Jesuit Missionaries among 
the Indians of Canada and the United 
States, 1610-1791. An exact reprint 
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40 (Jesuit Selations.) Bressang, 
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Quelques des Peres de la Compagnie 
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1852. $3.00 

41 (Jeniit Beiations.) Epistola 
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Wintrop. i2mo, boards, pp. 13. 
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42 Kohl, J. G. A Popular History 
of the Discovery of America from 
Columbus to (Sir John) Franklin. 2 
vols, in I. Post 8vo, cloth, London, 
1865. $2.00 

43 Lueas, Fred. M. The Annals of 
the Voyages of the Brothers Nicolo 
and Antonio Zeno in the North At- 
lantic about the End of the Four- 
teenth Century, and the Claim 
founded thereon to a Venetian Dis- 
covery of America. 46 facsimiles of 
old maps, etc. 4to, half roan, uncut, 
PP- 233* London, 1898. $12.00 

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44 LnmmiSy Charles F. Spanish 
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45 ICajor, Richard H. Life of 
Prince Henry of Portugal, the Navi- 
gator; comprising the Discovery 
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World and History of the Naming of 

America, from Authentic Contem- 
porary Documents. Maps and plates. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 487. London, 1868. 


46 Kartyr, Peter. De Rebus Oce- 
anicis et Novo Orbe, De Cades tres, 
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He was the contemporary of Columbus and 
Vespucius, and the nrst to publish a popular 
account of the results of their voyages, and of 
the peculiarities of the natives of the New 

47 KartyTi Peter. Der Geschicht- 
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Studie von Hermann A. Schumacher. 
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48 Kemoirei de la Societe Royale 
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49 Korden, Robert. Geography 
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World. With maps of New Eng- 
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Jersey, Virginia, etc. 4to, old calf 
(broken), pp. 650. London, 1692. 


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51 Ober, Fred'k A. In the Wake of 
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52 Pctaviiu, D. The History of 
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and America. Portrait and map. 
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53 Phillips. Collection of Modem 
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54 Saleigh, Sir Walter. The Life 
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Letter, now first collected. By Ed- 
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1868. $5.00 

55 Baleigh, Sir Walter. A Biog- 
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56 Ealcigh, Walter. The Life of, 
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57 Eobinson, Conway. An Ac- 
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til 1 5 19, and of Voyages to and along 
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1520-73. 8vo, cloth, pp. 491. Rich- 
mond, 1848. $2.50 

58 St. Bris, Thomas. Discovery of 
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59 Schoner, Johann, Professor erf 
Mathematics at Nuremberg. A re- 
production of his Globe of 1523, long 
lost; his dedicatory letter to Reymer 
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60 Sharp, Barth. The Voyages and 
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others in the South Sea, being a 
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Horn with his Bucanniers the sur- 
prising of Vera Cruz; with a True Re- 
lation of Sir Henry Morgan, his Ex- 
pedition against the Spaniards, etc. 
8vo, new full mottled calf, gilt, pp. 
172. London, 1684. $12.50 

61 Smth, Buckingham. An In- 
quiry into the authenticity of Docu- 
ments concerning a Discovery in 
North America claimed to have been 
made by Verrazzano. Map. Large 
paper copy, 4to, uncut, pp. 31. New 
York, 1864. $2.00 

62 Smith, Capt. John, The Works 
of, 1608-31. Comprising a Reprint 
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63 Smith, Capt. John. A True Re- 
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66 Smith, Capt. John. Life of, the 
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67 Smith, Joshua T. The North- 
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68 Spanish Armada. The Names 
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towards the Defence of this Country 
at the Time of the Spanish Armada, 
1588. With historical introduction 
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cloth, pp. 92. London, 1886. $1.00 

69 Stephens, Thomas. Madoc: an 
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Madoc Ap Owen Gwynedd in the 
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70 Stevens, Henry. Historical and 
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71 Thomas, Cyrus. The Cherokees 
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72 Yanoonver, Capt. George. Voy- 
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73 Yerraeano, the Navigator; or^ 
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75 Yerrasano the Explorer. A 
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76 YespuciiM. Les Voyages de 
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yy Vespucci, Amerigo. Son Carac- 
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78 Yespnciiui, Americus* Life and 
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80 Wheaton, Henry. History of the 
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81 Abbott, John S. C. Lives of the 
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America from Washington to the 
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82 Abbot, Willis J. The Naval 
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83 Adams, Henry. History of the 
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84 Adams, John. The Suppressed 
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85 Adams, Mrs. John. Letters of 
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87 Allen, Joel A. History of North 
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88 Allen, Thaddeus. An Inquiry 
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89 Allen, William. An American \ 
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97 Ames, Fisher. Works of Fisher 
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98 Anderson, Dr. J. A. (First 
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99 AndreWi Hon. John Albion. 
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103 Audubon, John James. A Syn- 
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109 Bancroft, George. Literary 
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114 Barlow, Joel. Life and Letters 
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462 Stom, Richard S. The Early 
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469 Thompson, Richard W. Recol- 
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502 Waylen, E. Ecclesiastical 
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504 Webster, Noah. An American 
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508 White, John. Sketches from 
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509 White, Wm. Memoirs of the 
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524 De Costa, B. F.. Notes on 
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527 Lambing, A. A. Register of 
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530 LuoaSy Fred. W. Appendicular 
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532 Sargent, Winthrop. History 
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533 The Hiftory of the Reign of 
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534 Van Bensselaer, Cortlandt. 
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535 Wolfe, General James. The 
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536 Address to Protestant Dis- 
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537 Advice to the Officers of the 
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538 Amerioaiu against liberty; or. 
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539 (Aiidr6.) Proceedings of a 
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540 Andre and Arnold. Breck, 
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541 Bacon, Delia. The Bride of 
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174. New York, 1839. $2.50 

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542 Bamnm, H. L. The Spy Un- 
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tops. London, 1829. $5.00 

543 Beach, All. C. The Centennial 
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544 Bloodgood, S. De Witt. The 
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545 Boston Massacre. Dawes, 
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547 Boston Kassacre. A Short 
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548 Boston Tea Party. A Retro- 
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549 Botta, Chas. History of the 
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550 BotLdinoty Elias. Journal; or. 
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551 Breed, W. P. Presbyterians 
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553 (Bunker Hill.) A Memorial 
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554 (Bunker Hill.) A Collection (rf 
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555 (Bunker Hill.) Celebration of 
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556 (Bunker Hill.) Willard, S. 
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557 Bunker Hill Monument. A 
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558 Burgoyne, Gen. A State of the 
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559 Burke, William. Memoir of. 
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560 Chalmers, George. An Intro- 
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565 (Cowpeng.) Proceedings at the 
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566 Dawson, Henry B. The As- 
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567 (De Grassc.) The Operations 
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569 Dnch6, Jacob. The Duty of 
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570 Ellety Mrs. Domestic History 
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573 Field, Thos. W. The Battle of 
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574 Fox, Charles J. Memorials and 
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575 Fox, Ebenezer. The Adven- 
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576 Gardner, Asa Bird. The Uni- 
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577 Gibbes, R. W. Documentary 
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578 Goodrich, Chas. A. Lives of 
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579 Green, Samuel A. Groton dur- 
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580 Griswold, R. W. The Repub- 
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581 Habersham, Major John (Con- 
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582 Harris, Gen. Lord. The Life 
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583 Hall, Henry. Year-Book of 
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584 Hartley, David. Letters on the 
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585 Hartley, David. An Address 
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586 Hcadlcy, J. T. The Chaplains 
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587 Heitman, F. B. Historical 
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588 Hiltzheimer, Jacob. Extracts 
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589 How, David. Diary of, a pri- 
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590 Hunter, James. Life and 
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591 Hull, Gen. William. Revolu- 
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592 Hnnt, Gaillard. Fragments of 
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593 ^Vj John. The Peace Nego- 
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594 Tohnston, Henry P. The 
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595 Tohnston, Henry P. Yale and 
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596 Tones, Alex. The Cymry of 
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597 Jones, Charies H. History of 
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598 Kalb, John. The Life of 
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599 SjLOwlton, Col. Thos. W. 
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600 Lamb, Gen. John. Memoir of 
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Leiake. Portrait and maps. 8vo, 
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601 Lee, Maj.-Gen. Charles. Mem- 
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602 Lee, Maj.-Gen. Chas. The 
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603 Lee, H. The Campaign of 
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604 (Long Bland.) The Battle of 
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605 Lossing, Benson J. The Pic- 
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606 Lossing, Benson J. Life of 
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607 Lossing, Benson J. The War 
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the Union of the Colonies against the 
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510. Neiw York, 1847. $1.50 

608 loyalists. Centennial of the 
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609 Karion, Francis. Life of. By 
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610 mtoliell, John. The Present 
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stances. 8vo, old calf, pp. 364. 
London, 1767. $3-5o 

611 Montgomery, Morton L. His- 
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in the Revolution, 1774-1783. With 
biographical sketches. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
295. Reading, 1894. $2.50 

612 New York. Year-Book of the 
Society of the Sons of the Revolution, 
1896. With rolls and lists of descend- 
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613 Norton, A. Tiffany. History of 
Sullivan's Campaign against the Iro- 
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of the Revolution. Svo, cloth, pp. 
200. Lima, 1879. $2X)o 

614 Onderdonk, Henry, Jr. Docu- 
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trate the Revolutionary Incidents in 
Kings, Queens, and Suffolk Counties. 
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New York, 1846. $10.00 

615 Faterson, John. The Life of 
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616 Fontgiband, Chevalier. A 
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cloth, pp. 209. N. Y., 1897. $1.50 

617 Frice, Richard. Two Tracts 
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and the Debts and Finances of the 
Kingdom. Pp. 112. Also additional 
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Value of Civil Liberty. 2 vols, in i. 
Svo, old calf, pp. 216. London, 1778, 


618 Futnam, Gen. Israel. A Cor- 
respondence on this Subject with the 
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Royal 8vo, paper, uncut, pp. 169. 
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619 Futnam, Israel. Life of. By 
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620 Bamsey, David. The History 
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621 Eeed, Wm. B. Life of Ester 
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Pennslyvania. Privately printed. 
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Arrival of Tea Ships, Battle of Lexington, Cam- 
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622 Beport of a Committee of the 
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623 BeYolutionary Almanac. Al- 
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624 Bights of the English Coloniei^ 
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and Dangers of Their Continued Dis- 
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625 BebertSy James A. New York 
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626 Buttenber, E. M. Obstruc- 
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Provincial Convention of New York, 
July 16, 1776, and other original 
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Rafts, etc.) Maps. 4to, cloth, uncut, 
pp. 210. Albany, i860. $7.50 

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627 Sargent, Winthrop. The Loyal 
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Winthrop Sargent. 4to, half mo- 
rocco, pp. 199. Albany, i860. $7.50 

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628 Schuyler, George L. Corre- 
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croft's History of the Northern Cam- 
paign of 1777 and' the Character of 
Ma j .-Gen. Philip Schuyler. 8vo, 
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629 Simcoe, Lt.-Col. J. G. Mili- 
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Queen's Rangers during the War of 
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328. New York, 1844. $10.00 

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630 Smith, Horace W. Nuts for 
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631 Smith, T. Marshall. Legends 
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632 Stevens, John Austin. The 
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One Hundredth Celebration of the 
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19, 1877. 8vo, paper, pp. 42. New 
York, 1877. .25 

633 Stiles, Henry R. Account of 
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634 Stirling, Maj.-Gen. . Earl of. 
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635 Stone, William L. Life of 
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636 Stone, Wm. L. Ballads and 
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637 Stryker, William S. New 
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638 ThaclMr, James. Diary of the 
American Revolution from the Com- 
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639 Townsend, Virginia; F. The 
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640 Tower, J. M. The Medical 
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641 Tmmbnll, Jonathan. McFin- 
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642 Tucker, Josiah. An Humble 
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Continental Colonies in America Be 
Most for the National Advantage, etc. 
8vo, paper, pp. 93. -Gloucester, 1775. 


643 Van SclL€Uu;k, Henry. Henry 
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Burke in the British Parliament. 8vo, 
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644 Warren, Dr. John. The Life 
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645 Washington's Farewell Address 
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646 Washington. Revolutionary 
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647 Washington. Orderly Book of j 
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648 Washington. Bancroft, Aaron. 
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654 Washington. Headley, J. T. 
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655 Washington. Hough, Frank- 
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656 Washington. Hyde, Anna M. 
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658 Washington. Lippard. George 
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659 Washington. Lossing, Benson 
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660 Washington. Norton, John N. 
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665 Washington. Sparks, Jared. 
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666 Washington. Stryker, W. S. 
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669 Washington, and the Generals 
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670 Watson, Elkanah. Men and 
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671 Webber, C. W. Historical and 
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672 Wharton, Anne H. Through 
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on the Late Treaties with the United 
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Interests. Maps. 8vo, boards, pp. 
cxiii +250. London, 1808. $5.00 

680 Atherton, William. Narrative 
of the Suffering and Defeat of the 
Northwestern Army under CJen. Win- 
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Sixteen Months' Imprisonment of the 
Writer and Others with the Indians 
and British. i6mo, half roan, pp. 152. 
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woodcuts. i2mo, cloth, pp. 298. 
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682 Biiimcll, David C. The Trav- 
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i2mo, boards, uncut, pp. 200. Pal- 
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683 Bntler, James. American Brav- 
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actions.) i2mo, half roan, pp. 322. 
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684 Citisen Soldiers at North 
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137. Baltimore, 1889. $1.50 

685 Coggeshally Geo. History of 
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land, 1812-15. Plates. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
438. New York, 1856. $5.00 

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686 Davis, Paris M. An Authen- 
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River Raisin; the destruction erf the 
city of Washington, the treaty of 
peace in 1815. i2mo, sheep, pp. 360. 
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687 Deoatnr, Stephen. Life of. 
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688 Swight, Theo. (Secretary of 
the Convention). History of the 
Hartford Convention, with a Review 

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Government Which Led to the War 
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689 Elliott, Com. Jesse D. A Bio- 
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and Commodore Perry. i2mo, 
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690 Guernsey, R. S. New York 
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Copy of Vol. II. can be supplied separately 
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691 Hull, William. Memoirs of the 
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1812; with an Appendix containing a 
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Services of the Author. 8vo, paper, 
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692 Hull. Defense of Brig.-Gen. 
W. Hull. Delivered before the Gen- 
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693 Impartial and Correct History 
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69s Jaoksoiii Andrew. The Life of. 
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nation of Hostilities before New Or- 
leans. By John H. Eaton. Portrait. 
8vo, boards, uncut, fine copy, pp. 468. 
Philadelphia, 1824. $3.00 

696 James, William. The Naval 
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697 James, William. Full and Cor- 
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and plates. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, un- 
cut. London, 1818. $7.50 

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698 James, William. Full and Cor- 
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currences of the Late War between 
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1817. $5.00 

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699 Ifosslng, Benson J. The Pic- 
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Several hundred wood-engravings. 
Large 8vo, leather, pp. 1084. New 
York, 1869. $3.50 

Probably the best single volume on the War 
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700 McEenneyy Thos. L. Reply to 
K. Armstrong's Assault upon Col. 

McKenney's Narrative of the Causes 
that Led to Gen. Armstrong's Resig- 
nation of Office of Secretary of War 
in 1814- 8vo, paper, pp. 28. New 
York, 1847. .50 

701 Palmer, Thos. H. Historical 
Register of the United States from the 
Declaration of War in 1812 to 1814. 
4 vols., 8vo, half roan. Philadelphia, 
1814-16. $7.50 

Being m History of the Late War and Sum- 
mary of the Proceeding of Congress, including 
a collection of state papers and documents both 
British and American. 

702 Sogers, Robert C. Will o' the 
Wasp: A Sea Yam of the War of 

1812. Edited by Henry C. Lawrence, 
and now brought before the public 
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269. New York, 1896. .75 

703 Sketches of the War between 
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and including the Treaty of Peace in 
1815. 8vo, old calf, pp. 492. Rut- 
land, 1815. $5.00 

704 Smith, M. A Geographical 
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Government, with an Appendix con- 
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705 Tompkins, Daniel D. (CJov- 
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Britain. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 812. New York, 1898. $1.50 

706 Van Bensselaer, S. A Narra- 
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the War of 181 2, with a Review of 
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707 Wlitte, Samuel. History of the 
American Troops during the Late 

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Fenton and Campbell. (Accoimt of 
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708 Autobiography of an English 
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i2mo, cloth, pp. 288. New York, 
1853. $1.25 

709 Carleton, Jas H. The Battle of 
Buena Vista, with Operations of the 
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i2mo, cloth, pp. 238. New York, 
1848. $1.50 

710 Ofwandel, J. J. Notes of the 
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settlers of Mexico, etc. Illustrated. 
Svo, doth, pp. 642. Philadelphia, 
1885. $1.50 

711 Sootty Lieut.-Gen. Memoirs of. 
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Lundy's Lane, Black Hawk War, 
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York, 1864. $150 

713 Semmes, Raphael. The Cam- 
paign of Gen. Scott in the Valley of 

Mexico. Map. 8vo, cloth, pp. 367. 
Cincinnati, 1852. $2.00 

713 Stapp, William P. The Pris- 
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Mexicans at Mier December 25, 1842, 
and released from Perote May 16, 
1844. i2mo, doth, pp. 164. Phila- 
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714 Steveniy Brevet-Maj. Isaac L 
Campaigns of the Rio Grande and of 
Mexico, with Notices of the Recent 
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108. New York, 1851. $1.50 

715 Taylor, Gen. Taylor and His 
Generals, with a Full Account of the 
Various Actions of Their Divisions 
in Mexico. Portraits and plates. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 326. Hartford, 1848. 


716 The Bepnblio of the United 
States and Its Duties, with a Review 
of the Late War with Mexico, Its 
Causes and Results. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
322. New York, 1848. $1.50 


(Including the History^ Antiquities ^ WarSy and Languages of the American Indians.) 

717 Abaaraka, Home of the Crows: 
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City, Mon., 1866-67. Illustrated 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 284. Philadelphia, 
1868. $1.25 

718 American Antiquarian Society. 
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719 Anderson^ Rufus. Memoir of 
Catharine Brown, a Christian Indian 
of the Cherokee Nation. Plate. 
i2mo, half old calf (binding broken), 
pp. 142. Philadelphia, 1832. $1.50 

720 Apes, William. Indian Nulli- 
fication of the Unconstitutional Laws 
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Marshpee Tribe. Plate. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 168. Boston, 1835. $2.00 

721 Archsolog^y. Congees Inter- 
national d' Anthropologic Prehisto- 
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vols., thick 8vo, paper. Stockholm, 
1876. $2.50 

722 Armstrong. Early Life amon^ 
the Indians, Reminiscences of Benj. 
C. Armstrong, Treaties of 1835, 1837, 
1842, and 1854, Habits and Customs 
of the Red Men. By Thos. P. Went- 
worth. Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
266. Ashland, Wis., 1892. $1.50 

723 Baldwin, John D. Ancient 
America in Notes on American Ar-. 
chaeology (Mound-builders, North- 
men, and Welsh in America, etc.). 
Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 299. 
New York, 1872. $1.75 

724 Bancroft, Hubert H. The Na- 
tive Races of the Pacific States. 5 
large 8vo vols., cloth. New York, 
1874. $15.00 

Probably the best single work upon the an- 
tiquities, history, wars, and conditions of the 
North American Indians. 

725 (Barratt, Joseph.) The Indians 
of New England and Ancient Tradi- 
tions of the Etchemin Tribe, with Vo- 
cabularies in Indian and English, etc. 
8vo, paper, pp. 24. Middletown, 
185 1. $2.00 

"This book contains the elements of the 
Indian tongue and much that is new." 

^27 Battey, Thomas C. The Life 
and Adventures of a Quaker among 
the Indians. Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, 
PP- 339- Boston, 1875. $1.00 

727 Beatty, Chas. The Journal of 
a Two-Months' Tour with a View of 
Promoting Religion among the Fron- 

tier Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, and 
the Indians to the Westward erf the 
Allegheny Mountains; with Re- 
marks on the Language and Customs 
of Some Particular Tribes among the 
Indians, with a Brief Account of the 
Attempts to Civilize Them, from the 
First Settlement of New England to 
This Day. 8vo, half roan, pp. iii. 
London, 1768. $7.50 

728 Belden, Geo. P. Belden the 
White Chief; or, 12 Years among the 
Wild Indians of the Plains, from 
Diaries and Manuscripts. Edited by 
Gen. James S. Brisbin. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 513. Cincinnati, 1875. 


729 Beltrami, J. C. A Pilgrimage 
in Europe and America, Leading to 
the Discovery of the Sources of the 
Mississippi and Bloody River. With 
a description of the whole course of 
the former and of the Ohio. Map and 
plates. 2 vols., 8vo, boards-, uncut. 
London, 1828. $4.00 

Vol. II. relates almost entirely to the North 
American Indians. 

730 BoUaert, William. Antiqua- 
rian, Ethnological, and Other Re- 
searches in New Granada, Equador, 
Peru, and Chile, with Observations 
on Monuments of the Peruvian Na- 
tions. Map and plates. 8vo, cloth, 
uncut, pp. 279. London, i860. 


731 Bourke, John G. On the Bor- 
der with Crook. Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 491. London, 1892. $2.50 

732 Bradford, Alex. W. American 
Antiquities and Researches into the 
Origin and History of the Red Race. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 435. New York, 1841. 


733 Brainerd, David. Account of 
the Life of. Missionary to the In- 
dians and Pastor of a Church of 
Christian Indians in New Jersey. By 
Jonathan Edwards. 8vo, old calf, pp. 
318. Boston, 1749. $5.00 

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734 Brett, W. H. The Indian 
Tribes of Guiana, with Researches 
into Their Past History, Supersti- 
tions, Legends, Antiquities, and Lan- 
guage. Map and colored plates. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 500. London, 1868. $4.00 

735 Brine, Lindesay. Travels 
amongst American Indians, Their 
Ancient Earthworks and Temples. 
Profusely illustrated. Svo, cloth, un- 
cut, pp. 429. London, 1894. $3.50 

736 Bryant, Chas. S. A History 
of the Great Massacre by the Sioux 
Indians in Minnesota, including the 
Personal Narratives of Many Who 
Escaped. Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 504. Cincinnati, 1864. $2.50 

737 Carrington, Henry B. Ab-sa- 
ra-1^, Land of Massacre, with Out- 
line of Indian Operations, 1865-78. 
Life on the Plains. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
383. Philadelphia, 1878. $1.00 

738 Case (The) of the Seneca In- 
dians in New York State. Illustrated 
by facts printed for the Four Yearly 
Meetings of Friends of Genesee, New 
York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. 
Svo, cloth, pp. 256. Philadelphia, 
1840. $1.50 

739 Catlin, Geo. Illustrations of 
the Manners, Customs, and Condi- 
tions of the North American Indians, 
Written during Eight Years' Travel 
amongst the Wildest Tribes. Map 
and 360 illustrations from the author's 
original paintings. Early edition and 
capital impressions. 2 vols., royal 
8vo, half morocco, gilt tips. London, 
1851. $12.50 

A most interesting and valuable work, written 
from no brief acquaintance with the savage 
tribes, but from long and intimate experience. 
Many of these tribes have passed away forever, 
others are rapidly disappearing, and future gen« 
erations will turn to these pages for a record of 
their peculiar habits, customs, legends, cere- 
monies, etc., etc. 

740 Catlin, George. Letters and 
Notes on the Manners, Customs, and 
Conditions of the North American In- 
dians, Written during Eight Years' 

Travel amongst the Wildest Tribes, 
1832-39. Illustrated with 400 colored 
engravings from the author's original 
paintings. 2 vols., royal 8vo, cloth,^ 
uncut. London, 1841. (Reprint.) 


741 Catlin, Geo. Notes of Eight 
Years' Travels and Residence in Eu- 
rope, with His North American In- 
dian Collection. Illustrated. 2 vols., 
8vo, cloth. New York, 1848. $2.50 

742 Cherokee Laws. Laws of the 
Cherokee Nation Adopted by the 
Council at Various Periods (pp. 179); 
The Constitution and Laws, 1839-51 
(pp. 248). 2 vols, in I. i2mo, half 
bound. Tahlequah, 1852. $12.50 

First few pages stained. 

743 Cherokee. Cherokee Pictorial 
Book, with Catechism and Hymns. 
By A. N. Chamberlin. i6mo, pp. 145. 
Tahlequah, 1888. $1.25 

744 Chippewa. New Testament in 
the Chippewa Language. i2mo, 
sheep, pp. 474. Albany, 1833. $2.00 

745 Choctaw. The New Testament 
of Jesus Christ in the Choctaw Lan- 
guage. i2mo, leather, pp. 818. New 
York, 1871. $2.00 

746 Choctaw. The Books of 
Joshua, Judges, and Ruth. Trans- 
lated into Choctaw Language. i2mo, 
leather, pp. 256. New York, 1852. 


747 Clark, W. P. The Indian Sign 
Language, with brief explanatory 
notes, and a description of some of the 
Peculiar Laws, Customs, Myths, Su- 
perstitions, Ways of Living, Code of 
Peace, and War Signals of our Abo- 
rigines, etc. Map. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
443. Philadelphia, 1885. $1.50 

748 Colden, Cadwallader (Surveyor- 
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of the Five Indian Nations of Canada^ 
Which Are the Barrier between the 
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the World, with Particular Accounts 
of Their Religion, Manners, Customs^ 

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Laws, and Government; Their Sev- 
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ropean Nations; Their Wars with the 
Other Indians, and a True Account 
of the Present State of Our Trade 
with Them. 2d edition. Map. 8vo, 
calf, pp. 204 + 284. London, 1750. 


749 Coleson, Annie. Own Narrative 
of Her Captivity among the Sioux 
Indians and Account of Her Terrible 
Sufferings. Illustrated. 8vo, paper, 
pp. 94. Philadelphia, 1875. $1.00 

750 Crantz, David. The Ancient 
and Modem History of the Brethren; 
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United Brethren. Translated by 
Benj. La Trobe. 8vo, half red mo- 
rocco, uncut, pp. 650. London, 1780. 

A fine copy. 

751 Cresap, Capt. Michael. A Bio- 
graphical Sketch of. By John J. 
Jacob. With notes and appendix. 
4to, paper, pp. 158. Also, A Journal 
of Wayne's Campaign against the 
Northwest Indians, by Lieut. Boyer. 
2 vols, in I. 4to, paper, pp. 23. Cin- 
cinnati, 1866. $2.00 

752 Cr^vecoeur, Hector St. J. Voy- 
age dans la Haute Pensylvanie et 
dans I'Etat de New- York. (Tour 
through Upper Pennsylvania and the 
State of New York by an Adopted 
Member of. the Oneida Tribe.) Maps 
and plates, including portraits of 
chiefs and fine folding views of Ni- 
agara (portrait of Washington miss- 
in&)- 3 vols., 8vo, calf. Paris, 1801. 


753 Cummuck, Thomas. Indian 
Melodies (with Native Indian Music). 
Oblong boards. New York, 1845. 


754 Dakota. Okodakiciye Woce- 
kiye Gowapi Kiu (Dakota Book of 
Common Prayer). i2mo, cloth, pp. 
664. New York, 1878. $1.50 

755 Delafield, John, Jr. An In- 
quiry into the Origin of the Antiqui- 

ties of America, with an Appendix 
containing Notes and View of the 
Causes of the Superiority of the Men 
of the Northern over Those of the 
Southern Hemisphere. Plates and 
large folding one of Mexican paint- 
ing. 4to, cloth. New York, 1839. 

Scarce, especially Mrith the long plate perfect. 
A fine copy. 

756 De Smet, P. J. Western Mis- 
sions and Missionaries: A Series of 
Letters. i2mo, cloth, pp. 532. New 
York, 1863. $1.50 

757 Brake, Samuel G. Biography 
and History of the Indians of North 
America, with Lives of All the Dis- 
tinguished Chiefs, History of Their 
Wars, Manners, Customs, etc. Por- 
traits- 8vo, sheeip. Boston, 1834. 


A good clean copy. 

758 Edls, Myron. History of In- 
dian Missions on the Pacific Coast — 
Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. ^ 
Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 270. 
Philadelphia, 1882. $1.25 

759 Ellis, Ed. S. The Indian Wars 
of the United States from the First 
Settlement at Jamestown in 1607 to 
the Close of flie Great Uprising of 
1890-91. (King Philip's War, Ba- * 
con's Rebellion in Virginia, Pontiac's 
Conspiracy, etc.) Numerous illustra- 
tions. Royal 8vo, cloth, pp. 516. 
New York, 1892. $3.00 

760 Pinerty, John F. War-Path 
and Bivouac; or. The Conquest of the 
Sioux, and the Big Horn and Yellow- 
stone Expedition of 1876. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 460. Chicago, 1890. 


761 Finley, James B. Life among 
the Indians; or. Personal Reminis- 
cences and Historical Incidents. Por- 
trait. i2mo, cloth, pp. 548. Cincin- 
nati, i860. $2.00 

762 Fletcher, Alice C. Indian 
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763 Fofter, Geo. E. Literature of 
the Cherokees, also Bibliography. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 120. Ith'aca, 1889. 


764 Foster, Geo. E. Story of the 
Cherokee Bible. i2mo, cloth, pp. 160. 
Ithaca, 1899. $1.25 

765 Foster. Prehistoric Races of 
the United States of America. Illus- 
trated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 415. Chicago, 
1881. $2.25 

766 Four Sings of Canada, The. 
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Five Nations to the British interest as opposed 
to the French, but also to enlist that of the 
Court in Colonial affairs" (Field). Only 200 
copies of this reprint were made. 

767 Oottsohall, Amos H. Travels 
from Ocean to Ocefan, embracing 
Tours with Buffalo Hunters, Life 
among the Indians, etc. Illustrated. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 286. Harrisburg, 
1894. $1.00 

768 Grinnell, Geo. Bird. Pawnee 
Hero Stories and Folk-Tales, with 
Notes on the Origin, Customs, and 
Character of the Pawnee People. Il- 
lustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 417. New 
York, 1889. $2.00 

769 Hawkins, Ernest. Historical 
Notices of Missions of Church of Eng- 
land in the North American Colonies 
Previous to the Independence of 
United States. 8vo, cloth, pp. 447. 
London, 1845. $5-00 

First settlements of South Carolina, Georgia, 
North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, 
New England, New York. Early missions to 
Indians ; also discovery, settlement, etc., of 
Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. 

770 Hayden, F. V. Tenth Annual 
Report of the Geological and Geo- 
graphical Survey of the Territories 

(with papers on Archaeology and An- 
tiquities). Maps and plates. Thick 
8vo, cloth. Washington, 1878. $2.00 

771 Heard, I. V. D. History of the 
Sioux War and Massacres of 1862-63. 
Portraits and illustrations. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 354. New York, 1864. 


^72 Eeokewelder, John. Account 
of the History, Manners, and Cus- 
toms of the Indians of Pennsylvania. 
8vo, uncut, pp. 465. Philadelphia, 
1819. $10.00 

Unique copy from library of F. D. Stone, 
and was used in preparation of the new edition 
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autograph notes, corrections, etc., interleaved 
and laid in. 

773 Eeokewelder, John. Account 
of History, Manners, and Customs of 
Indian Natives Who Once Inhabited 
Pennsylvania and Neighbouring 
States, with Correspondence between 
Mr. Heckewelder and Mr. Dupon- 
ceau on Languages of American In- 
dians; also Words, Phrases, and Short 
Dialogues in Language of the Lenni 
Lenape by Heckewelder. 8vo, calf, 
pp. 465. Philadelphia, 1819. $5.00 

Volume I., Transactions, Historical and 
Literary Society, Philadelphia. Very scarce. 

774 Heckewelder, John. Narrative 
of the Mission of the United Brethren 
among the Delaware and Mohegan 
Indians, 1740-1808, with Historical 
Facts, Anecdotes, Speeches, etc.. 
Which Took Place at Their Mission- 
ary Stations. Portrait. 8vo, boards, 
uncut (a little foxed), pp. 431. Phila- 
delphia, 1820. $7.50 

775 Irving, John T. Indian 
Sketches Taken during an Expedition 
to the Pawnee and Other Tribes of 
American Indians. 2 vols., i2mo. 
London: John Murray, 1835. $2.50 

776 Jackson, Helen. A Century of 
Dishonor: A Sketch of the United 
States Government's Dealings with 
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yyy Johnson Captivity. Narrative 
of the Captivity of Mrs. Johnson, 
containing an Account of Her Suffer- 
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dians and French. i8mo, half roan, 
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778 Jones, Peter. History of the 
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Best edition. Containing a memoir of the 

779 Kip, Rev. William Ingraham. 
The Early Jesuit Missions in North 
America. Compiled and translated 
from the letters of the French Jesuits, 
with notes and a copy of a map pub- 
lished by the Jesuits in 1664. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 321. New York, 1846. 


780 Blirkland, Joseph. The Chi- 
cago Massacre of 1812. With illus- 
trations and historical documents. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 224. Chicago, 1893. 


781 Larimer, Sarah L. The Cap- 
ture and Escape; or. Life among the 
Sioux. i2mo, cloth, pp. 252. Phila- 
delphia, 1870. $1.50 

782 Lcland, Chas. G. The Algon- 
quin Legends of New England; or. 
Myths and Folk-Lore of the Micmac, 
Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot 
Tribes. i2mo, cloth, pp. 379. Lon- 
don, 1884. $2.00 

783 McAdams, Wm. Record of 
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784 HcCnUoh, J. H., Jr. Re- 
searches Philosophical and Antiqua- 
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morocco, gilt top, uncut, pp. 535. 
Baltimore, 1829. $5.00 

Best edition of this most complete and valu- 
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785 McEenny, Thos. L. Memoirs 
Official and Personal, with Sketches 
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Southern Indians, embracing a War 
Excursion and Descriptions of Scenes 
along the Western Borders. Fine 
steel portrait. 8vo, 2 vols, in i. New 
York, 1846. $4.00 

786 MacLcan, J. P. The Mound 
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ble People That Once Inhabited the 
Ohio and Mississippi Valleys. Illus- 
trated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 233. Cincin- 
nati, 1893- $1.25 

787 Manypenny, Geo. W. Our In- 
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From the earliest date to the Agreement of 
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Clair's Defeat, Tecumseh, the Indians of Utah, 
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788 Meacham, A. B. Wi-ne-ma 
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i2mo, cloth, pp. 168. Hartford, 1876. 


789 Memorial of the Dedication of 
Monuments Erected by the Moravian 
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New York and Connecticut. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 185. New York, i860. 


790 Messiter, Chas. A. Sport and 
Adventures among the North Amer- 
ican Indians. With illustrations by 
Charles Whymper. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
368. London, 1890. $2.00 

791 Kilfort (Gen). Memoire, ou 
Coup-d'oeil rapide sur mes differens 
voyages et mon sejour dans la nation 
Creek. 8vo, paper, uncut, pp. 332. 
Paris, 1802. $5.00 

Very scarce. Field's copy brought $9.00. 
An authentic narrative of life with the Creek 
Indians. Milfort, a Frenchman, was made the 
commander of the warriors of the nation, and 
led them against both the Spaniards and Ameri- 

792 Miller, Wm. J. Notes Con- 
cerning the Wampanoag Tribe of In- 

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dians. i2mo, cloth, pp. 148. Provi- 
dence, 1880. $1.50 

793 Hortoiii Samuel G. Crania 
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78 plates and a map. Folio, cloth, 
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delphia, 1839. $25.00 

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794 Mnskokee. The Gospel Ac- 
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Park Hill, 1855. $1,25 

795 Mnskokee. Hymns in Musko- 
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Longbridge. i8mo, pp. 220. Phila- 
delphia, n. d. ' $1.50 

796 Hew York, Regents of Uni- 
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plates. 8vo, cloth, pp. 183. Albany, 
1850. $2.00 

Dr. Hough's and Lewis H. Morgan's papers 
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797 Ojibways. History of the 
Ojibways, by Wm. W. Warren; His- 
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nection with the Fur Trade, by Ed- 
ward D. Neill. (Vol. v., Minnesota 
Historical Society.) 8vo, paper, pp. 
535. St. Paul, 1885. $1.50 

798 Orton, J. R. Camp-Fires of 
the Red Men; or, A Hundred Years 
Ago. Plates. i2mo, cloth, pp. 401. 
New York, 1855. $1.50 

799 OtcMpwe Language. A The- 
oretical and Practical Grammar of the 
Otchipwe Language for Use of Mis- 
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among the Indians. By R. R. Bishop 
Baraga. i2mo, paper, pp. 421. Mon- 
treal, 1878. $5.00 

800 Otis, E. S., Lieut-Col., U. S. A. 
Tlie Indian Question. i2mo, cloth, 
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801 Paul, Col. James. Narrative 
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Col. Crawford, when That Unfortu- 
nate Commander and Many of His 
Men Were Burnt at the Stake. By 
Robt. A. Sherrard. 8vo, pp. 22. 
Cincinnati, 1869. -So 

802 Patenon, Arthur. The Daugh- 
ter of the Nez Perces. Portrait. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 381. New York, 
1894. $1.25 

Historical tale founded on fact. Portrait of 
Joseph, chief of the Nez Perc^ tribe. 

803 Peet, Stephen D. The Ameri- 
can Antiquarian: A Quarterly Journal 
Devoted to Early American History, 
Ethnology, and Archaeolc^^. Vol. I., 
No. I, April, 1878, to Vol. V., No. i, 
January, 1883. Cleveland and Chi- 
cago. $5.00 

804 Peirce, Ebenezer W. Indian 
History, Biography, and Genealogy 
Pertaining to the Grood Sachem Mas- 
sasoit of the Wampanoag Tribe and 
His Descendants. Illustrated. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 261. North Abingdon, 
1878. $1.75 

805 Pidgeon, Wm. Traditions of 
De-Coo-Dah and Antiquarian Re- 
searches, comprising Extensive Ex- 
plorations, Excavations, etc., of the 
Earthem Remains of the Mound- 
Builders in America, the Evidtences of 
an Ancient Population more Numer- 
ous than the Present Aborigines. 70 
illustrations, some folding. 8vo, cloth, 
PP- 334- New York, 1858. $2.00 

The record of personal examination of a large 
number of ancient mounds and fortifications, 
and traditions regarding them, obtained from 
an aged Sioux chief. 

806 Pierce, M. B. Address on the 
Present Condition and Prospects of 
the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Amer- 
ica, with Particular Reference to the 
Seneca Nation. 8vo, pp. 16. n. p. 
(Steele's Press), 1838. $1.00 

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807 Priest, Josiah. American An- 
tiquities and Discoveries in the West, 
being the Evidence that an Ancient 
Population, Differing Entirely from 
the Indians, Peopled America Many 
Centuries before Columbus. Folding 
and other plates. 8vo, sheep, pp. 400. 
Albany, 1834. $3.50 

808 Putnam, F. W. The Archae- 
ological and Ethnological Collections 

. from Vicinity of ^nta Barbara and 
from Ruined Pueblos of Arizona and 
New Mexico, with Appendix on In- 
dian Vocabularies. 20 plates of hun- 
dreds of figures, and 135 woodtuts. 
4to, cloth, pp. 497. Washington, 

1879. $4.00 

809 Biggs, S. R. Grammar and 
Dictionary of the Dakota Language, 
collected by Members of the Dakota 
Mission. 4to, half morocco. Wash- 
ington, 1851. $5.00 

Interesting copy, having been the property of 
the missionary at Yankton school. A map of 
the Dakota country has been inserted ; also 
newspaper clippings, etc. 

810 Biggs, Stephen R. Mary and 
I : Forty Years with the Sioux. With 
Introduction by S. C. Bartlett. Por- 
trait. i2mo, cloth, pp. 388. Chicago, 

1880. $1.50 

811 Biggs, Stephen R. Tah-Koo 
Wah-Kau; or. The Gospel among the 
Dakotas. Illustrated. i2mo, cloth 
(worn), pp. 491. Boston, 1869. $1.50 

812 St. Clair, Gen. Narrative of 
Manner in Which the Campaign 
against the Indians in 1791 Was Con- 
ducted, with His Own Observations, 
Reports, etc. 8vo, boards, uncut, pp. 
273, etc. Philadelphia, 1812. $5.00 

Slightly water-stained. 

813 (Sanders.) History of the In- 
dian Wars with the First Settlers of 
the United States to the Commencej- 
ment of the Late War. 2 plates. 8vo, 
paper, uncut, pp. 186. Rochester, 
1828 (reprinted 1893). $1.50 

814 Schoolcraft (W. H.). Histori- 
cal and Statistical Information Re- 
specting the History, Antiquities, 

Language, Ethnology, Pictography, 
Rites, Superstitions, and M)r9iology 
of the Indian Tribes of the United 
States. With about 500 plates of 
views, portraits, ancient pottery, cook- 
ing utensils, picture writing, written 
music, weapons, sculpture, dwellings, 
etc. 5 vols., 4to. Philadelphia, 
1853-56. $25.00 

The most important work ever written on the 
aborigines of America, and now rare. It em- 
bodies almost all the existing authentic informa- 
tion concerning their religions, traditions, Ian- ' 
guages, art, history, vocabularies, legends, 
captivities, Indian wars, etc. 

815 Seminole War. Debate in the 
House of Representatives, January 
and February, 1819, on the Seminole 
War. i2mo, boards, uncut, pp. 591. 
Washington, 1819. $1.50 

816 Shea^ John Gilmary. Library 
of American Linguistics. Complete 
set. Vol. I. half ralf, balance in orig- 
inal paper covers, uncut. 15 vols., 
royal 8vo. New York: Cramoisy 
Press, 1860-74. $60.00 

Only 100 copies of each volume were printed 
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No. I. Shea: A French-Onondaga Diction- 

No. a. Menj^ni : A Selish or Flathead 

No. 3. Smith (Buckingham): A Grammati- 
cal Sketch of the H^ve Language. 

No. 4. Arroyo de la Cuesta : Grammar of the 
Mutsun Language. 

No. 5. Smith (Buckingham) : Pima or Ne- 
vome Grammar. 

No. 6. Pandosy: Grammar and Dictionary of 
the Yakama Language. 

No. 7. Sitjar: Vocabulary of San Antonio 
Mission, Cal. 

No. 8. Vocabulary of the Mustin Language 
of Alta, Cal. 

No. 9. Maillard : Grammar of the Mikmaque 
Language, Nova Scotia. 

No. 10. Bruyas: Radical Words of the Mo- 
hawk Language. 

No. II. Gibbs : Alphabetical Vocabularies of 
the Clallam and Lummi. 

No. 12. Gibbs : A Dictionary of the Chinook 
Jargon, or Trade Language of Oregon. 

No. 13. Gibbs : Alphabetical Vocabulary of 
the Chinook Language. 

Series a. No. i. Matthews : Grammar and 
Dictionary of the Hidatsa Language. 

Series 2. No. 2. Matthews : Hidatsa and 
English Dictionary. 

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817 Sheridan, Gen. P. H. Record 
of Engagements with Hostile Indians, 
1868-82, within the Military Division 
of the Missouri. 8vo, paper, pp. 112. 
Washington, 1882. $1.25 

818 SMeldi, G. O. The Battle of 
the Big Hole: A History of Gen. Gib- 
bon's Engagement with the Nez 
Perces InSans, Augfust 9, 1877. Il- 
lustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 120. Chi- 
cago, 1889. $1.50 

819 Short, John T. The North 
Americans of Antiquity; Their Ori- 
gin, Migration, and Type of Qviliza- 
tion Considered. Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 544. New York, 1880. 


820 Speeches on the Passage of the 
Bill for the Removal of the Indians, 
delivered in Congress, April and May, 
1830. i2mo, txxirds, pp. 304. Bos- 
ton, 1830. $j[.oo 

The history of their forced immigration is 
here giTen. 

821 Sqnier, E. G. The Serpent 
Symbol, and the Worship of the Re- 
ciprocal Principles of Nature in Amer- 
ica. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 254. 
New York, 185 1. $10.00 

822 Squier, E. G. Antiquities of 
the State of New York the Results 
of Extensive Surveys and Explora- 
tions, with a Supplement on the An- 
tiquities of the West. Plates. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 343. Buffalo, 1851. $4.50 

823 Stevens, Edward T. Flint 
Chips: A Guide to Prehistoric Archae- 
ology, as Illustrated in the Blackmore 
Museum. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth. 
London, 1870. $5.00 

Much the largest portion of the volume is de- 
voted to the description of the utensils, weapons, 
and ornaments manufactured by the North 
American Indians. Their habitations, mounds, 
fortifications, and antiquities are described at 
great length, and with much evident research. 

824 Stickney, Wm. S. Memorial 
Sketch of (Secretary of the Ute Com- 
mission). By his father. Portraits. 
Svo, cloth, pp. 448. Washington 
(printed for private circulation), 1881. 


825 Street, Alfred B. Frontenac: 
A Poem of the Iroquois. Portrait and 
plate. 4to, cloth, uncut, pp. 324. Al- 
bany, 1866. $3.50 

A large and thick paper copy. 

826 Snlliyan'f Expedition. Jour- 
nals of the Military Expeditions of 
John Sullivan, against the Six Indian 
Nations, in 1779, with Records of the 
Centennial Celebrations. By Fred- 
erick Cook. Maps and steel plates* 
RoyBl 8vo, cloth, pp. 580. Auburn, 
1807. $2.50 

827 Tan-Oo-Ban-A: An Historical 
Drama (on the Indians of Pennsyl- 
vania). i2mo, cloth, pp. 280. Phila- 
delphia, 1856. .75 

828 The TTte War: A History of 
the White River Massacre and the 
Hardships of the Captive White 
Women among the Hostiles on Grand 
River. Illustrated. 8vo, paper, pp. 
192. Denver, 1879. $2.00 

829 Thomas, Prof. Cyrus. The 
Cherokees in Pre-Columbian Times. 
i2mo, cloth. New York, 1890. .75 

The author, while in charge of the mound 
explorations carried on by the United States 
Government, had unusual opportunity to make 
this his life-study. 

830 (Thornton, Charles). An En- 
quiry into the Causes of the Aliena- 
tion of the Delaware and Shawanese 
Indians from the British Interest, and 
into the Measures Taken for Recov- 
ering Their Friendship. Map. 8vo, 
half morocco, pp. 184. London, 1759. 

Gives a full account of Penn's famous Indian 
Walk in 1737. Certain chiefs having been called 
together by the speculators, two persons were 
produced who testified that they were present 
at a council fifty years before, at which as 
much land was ceded to William Penn as a man 
could walk around in a day and a half. To 
locate as large a territory as possible a trained 
pedestrian was employed who was met at ap- 
pointed stations by refreshments, and thus was 
enabled to traverse a route which cut off a 
million acres of Indian territory. Endless con- 
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massacres that devasted the border settlements 
of Pennsylvania and Virginia for twenty years. 
The above rare volume is a complete contempo- 
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831 Tnunbully Henry. History of 
the Discovery of America, of the 
Landing of Our Forefathers and the 
Most Remarkable Engagements with 
the Indians of New England; with 
Account of Braddock, Harmer, and 
St. Qair, and the Creek and Seminole 
War. Folding plate. 8vo, pp. 304. 
Boston, 1840. $3.00 

In this copy the folding plate is not torn, 
which is very rare. 

832 Tuttle, Chas. R. History of 
the Border Wars of Two Centuries, 
embracing a Narrative of the Wars 
with the Indians, 1750-1874. Illus- 
trated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 608. Chicago, 
1874. $2.00 

833 Wak«, C. Staniland. Memoirs 
of the International Congress of An- 
thropology (with Papers on Archae- 
ology, Ethnology, Folk-Lore, Lin- 
guistics, etc.). 8vo, cloth, pp. 375. 
Chicago, 1894. $4.00 

834 Watson, Henry C. Six Nights 
in a Block House; or, Sketches of 
Border Life, with Adventures among 
the Indians and Feats of Wild Hunt- 
ers. Illustrated.. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
448. Philadelphia, i860. $1.50 

835 W«stcm Scenes and Reminis- 
cences, with Legends and Traditions 
of the Red Men of the Forest, with 
Narratives of Adventures among the 
Indians, Origin, Language, etc. Il- 
lustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 495. Au- 
T)um, 1853. $3.00 

636 Wheelock, Eleazar. Plain and 
Faithful Narrative of the Original 
Design, Rise, Progress, and Present 
State of the Indian Charity School at 
Lebanon, Conn. 8vo, pp. 55. Bos- 

ton, 1763. Continuation of the Nar- 
rative from 1768 to the Incorporation 
with Dartmouth College, 1771. 8vo, 
pp. 61. Printed in the year 1771. 
Continuation of the Nai^tive from 
September 26, 1773, to February 20, 
1775. 4to, pp. 40. $9.00 

Three very rare pieces, unbound. 

837 Wh^lock, Eleazar. Memoirs 
of the Founder of Dartmouth College 
and Moor's Indian Charity School, 
with Copious Extracts from His Cor- 
respondence. By David McClure and 
Elijah Parish. Portrait. 8vo, sheep, 
PP- 336. Newburyport, 181 1. $3.00 

838 wad life on the Plains and 
Horrors of Indian Warfare. Pro- 
fusely illustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 592. 
St. Louis, 1891. $1.50 

The whole forms a complete history of the 
savage races in America, their leaders, manners, 
customs, etc. 

839 Waison, M. M. The Semi- 
noles of Florida (Massacre of Gren. 
Thompson and of Dade's Forces, 
Generals and Marriages, Vocabulary, 
Dress, Ornament, etc.) Illustrated. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 126. Philadelphia, 
1896. $1.00 

840 Wilson, Marcius. American 
History, comprising Historical 
Sketches of the Indian Tribes, a De- 
scription of American Antiquities, 
History of the British Provinces, 
Mexico, and Texas. 8vo, sheep, pp. 
672. New York, 1847. $2.00 

841 Yonngy Egerton R. Stories 
from the Indian Wigwams and 
Northern Gamp-Fires. Illustrated. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 293. New York, 
1893. $1.25 


{Including a Few English Genealogical Works.) 

842 Alden. The Story of a Pilgrim 
Family from the Mayflower to the 
Present Time, with Letters, Incidents, 
and Genealogy. By John Alden. Il- 
lustrated. 8vo, half roan, pp. 440. 
Boston, 1889. $3.00 

843 Alison. History of the Alison 
or Allison Family in Europe and 
America, 1185-1893. By Leonard A. 
Monson. Portraits. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
312. Boston, 1893. 


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844 Alumni Oxoniensis: The Mem- 
bers of the University of Oxford, 
1500-1886, Their Parentage, Birth- 
place, and Year of Birth, with a Rec- 
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Arranged. Revised and annotated by 
Joseph Foster. Both series complete. 
Numerous illustrations. 8 vols., royal 
8vo, cloth. Oxford, 1892. $15.00 

Published for $80.00. A most valuable work 
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845 American Ancestry. Giving 
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to the Declaration of Independence. 
Vols. IV.-XI. 8 vols., 8vo, boards. 
Albany: Munsell, 1889-98. $20.00 

846 American Ancestry: Names 
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Americans Whose Ancestors Settled 
in the United States Previous to the 
Declaration of Independence, 1776. 
8vo, boards. Vol. V. $2.00 

The same. Vol. IX. $2.00 

847 American Genealogies. A Col- 
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Hallock Ancestry, 1863; Bickneirs Genealogy, 
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riages and Deaths in Hartford, Windsor, and 
Fairfield, Conn., from 1631-91; Dodge Family 
in America 1879; Munsell Family; Hunton 
Family, etc. 

848 American Oenealogioal Queries, 
1887. 8vo, paper, pp. 2^. Newport, 
R. I., 1887. ,75 

849 Antill, Edward, and His De- 
scendants: Particularly Edward An- 
till, 2d, of Piscataway, N. J.; Lieut,- 
Col. Edward Antill, 3d, of Quebec; 
Dr. Lewis Antill of Perth Amboy, 
and Maj. John Antill of New York. 
By Wm. Nelson. 8vo, paper, pp. 36. 
Paterson, 1899. $1.50 

Only 100 printed. ** WithJCompliments of 
William Nelson." 

850 Archer, J. H. Lawrence. The 
Orders of Chivalry. From the Orig- 
inal Statutes of the Various Orders 

of Knighthood and Other Sources of 
Information. Numerous illustrations. 
4to, cloth, pp. 355. London, 1887. 


851 Ashley. A History of the De- 
scendants of Robert Ashley of Spring- 
field, Mass., by Francis Bacon Trow- 
bridge. Portraits and views. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 470. New Haven, 1896. 


852 Austin, John Osborne. An- 
cestry of Thirty-three Rhode Island- 
ers (bom in the i8th Century), also 
2y charts of Roger Williams' De- 
scendants to the Fifth CJeneration. 
Folio, boards, pp. 139. (Published at 
$5.00.) $2.00 

853 Austin, John O. The Ances- 
tral Dictionary (of 64 Rhode Island 
Families). 8vo, cloth. Providence, 
1891. $1.50 

854 Aylsworth, Arthur, and His 
Descendants in America, with Notes 
Historical and Genealogical. By 
Homer E. Aylsworth. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
630. Providence, 1887. $5.00 

Edition limited to 250 copies prepared for the 

855 Bailey, Frederic W. Early 
Connecticut Marriages as Found on 
Ancient Church Records Prior to 
1800. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. New 
Haven, 1896. $3.00 

856 BalloTi. An Elaborate History 
and Genealogy of the Ballous in 
America. By Adin Ballou. Plates. 
8vo, half sheep, pp. 1324. Provi- 
dence, 1888. $6.00 

857 Banks, T. C. The Dormant 
and Extinct Baronage of England; or. 
An Historical and Genealogical Ac- 
count of the Lives, Public Employ- 
ments, and Most Memorable Actions 
of the English Nobility from the Nor- 
man Conquest to 1806. From Public 
Records, Ancient Historians, the 
Works of Eminent Heralds, etc. 3 
vols., thick 4to, boards, uncut. Lon- 
don, 1807. $5.00 

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the rank of baron, but who are not noticed by 
other writers, which in many instances exhibits 
proofs of considerable research. 

858 Bartow. The Bartow Geneal- 
ogy, containing Every One of the 
Name of Bartow Descended from Dr. 
Thomas Bartow. 2 parts, with sup- 
plement, The Bartow Family in Eng- 
land. 3 vols., 8vo, paper, 1879-86. 


859 Bellows. Historical Sketch of 
Col. Benj. Bellows, Founder of Wal- 
pole, N. H.; the Gathering of His De- 
scendants, October 11, 1854. By 
Henry W. Bellows. Coat of Arms. 
8vo, pp. 125. New York, 1855. 


860 Bird. Genealogical Sketch of 
the Bird Family Having Its Origin 
in Hartford, Conn. 8vo, paper, pp. 
24. Hartford, 1855. $2.50 

This copy has numerous additions in MS., 
evidently by a member of the family. 

861 Bissell. Genealogy of the Bis- 
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862 Bolton. The Family of Bolton 
in England and America, 11 00- 1894. 
By Henry C. and Reginald P. Bolton. 
Illustrations, tables, etc. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 524. New York (privately 
printed), 1895. $8.00 

863 Bond, Henry. Genealogies of 
the Families and Descendants of the 
Early Settlers of Watertown, Mass. 
With illustration, maps, and notes. 
8vo, cloth, uncut, pp. 1084. Boston, 
i860. $15-00 

864 Book of Dignities: List of the 
Official Personages of the British Em- 
pire, Civil, Diplomatic, Heraldic, Ju- 
dicial, Ecclesiastical, Municipal, Na- 
val, and Military, from the Earliest 
Periods to the Present Time. Re- 
modeled and brought down to 
185 1 by Joseph Hadyn, and con- 
tinued to the present time, with 
numerous additional lists and an in- 
dex by Horace Ockerby. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 1 1 70. London, 1890. $5-00 

Important for reference. 

865 Borlase. The Descent, Name, 
and Arms of Borlase of Borlase, in 
the County of Cornwall, with a chart 
pedigree and illustrations. 8vo, cloth, 
uncut, pp. 205. London, 1888. $2.00 • 

866 Bowdoin. Some Accounts of 
the Bowdoin Family, with Notes of 
the Families of Portage, Newgate, 
Lynde, and Erving. By Temple 
Prime. 8vo, paper, pp. 28. New 
York, 1887. $1.25 

867 Brainerd. Genealogy of the 
Brainerd Family in the United States. 
With Numerous Sketches of Individ- 
uals. By Rev. David D. Field. Il- 
lustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 302. New 
York, 1857. $2.00 

868 Bfetz. Genealogy of the Lud- 
wig Bretz Family, 1750-1890. By E. 
W. S. Parthemore. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
142. Harrisburg, 1890. $5.00 

Only 100 copies printed. 

869 Bridger, Charles. An Index to 
Printed Pedigrees Contained in 
County and Local Histories and 
Heralds' Visitations, and in the More 
Important Genealogical Collections. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 384. London, 1867. 


A valuable reference work. 

870 Bridgman. Genealogy of the 
Bridgman Family. Descendants of 
James Bridgman, 1636-1894. Por- 
traits. 8vo, half morocco, pp. 168. 
Hyde Park, 1894. $2.50 

871 Briggs. A Partial Record o( 
the Descendants of Walter Briggs of 
Westchester. Compiled by Sam 
Briggs. 4to, paper, pp. 51. Qeve- 
land, 1878. $3.00 

872 Bright. The Brights of Suf- 
folk, England, Represented in Amer- 
ica by the Descendants of Henry 
Bright, Jr., Who Came to New Eng- 
land in 1630. By J. B. Bright. Por- 
traits. 8vo, pp. 345. Boston (for pri- 
vate distribution), 1858. $5.00 

873 Brock, R. A. Documents 
Chiefly Unpublished Relating to the 

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Huguenot Emigration to Virginia, 
with Appendix of Genealogies. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 247. Richmond (Va.) His- 
torical Society, 1886. $2.00 

874 Browne. The Chad Browne 
Memorial, consisting of Genealogical 
Memoirs of a Portion of the De- 
scendants of Chad and Elizabeth 
Browne, 1638-1888. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
173. Brooklyn, 1888. $5.00 

A limited edition printed for the family. 

87s Burke, John Bernard. The 
Royal Families of England, Scotland, 
and Wales, with Their Descendants, 
Sovereigns, and Subjects. Steel por- 
trait, 2 vols., royal 8vo, cloth. Lon- 
don, 1848. $4.00 

876 Bnrt. Life and Times of 
Henry Burt of Springfield, Mass., and 
Some of His Descendants. With 
genealogical and biographical notes 
by Henry M. and Silas W. Burt. Il- 
lustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 617. 
Springfield, 1893. $3.00 

877 Butler. Thomas Butler and 
His Descendants. A Genealogy of 
the Descendants of Thomas and 
Elizabeth Butler of South Berwick, 
Me. 1674 to 1886. By George H. 
Butler. 8vo, cloth, pp. 192. New 
York, 1886. $3.00 

878 Cave-Brown, J. The History 
of the Parish Church of All Saints, 
Maidstone, with Inscriptions from the 
Monuments, Registers, etc. Illus- 
trated. 8vo, pp. 272. Maidstone, 
n. d. $1.50 

879 Caverly Family. Genealogy 
of, from 1 1 16 to 1880. 8vo, cloth. 
Lowell, 1880. $1.50 

880 Cavemo. Record of the Ca- 
vemo Family. By A. Cavemo. 
i2mo, paper, pp. 36. Dover, 1874. 


881 Champion. History of the De- 
scendants of Henry Champion of Say- 
brook and Lyme, Conn., with Ac- 
count of Other Families of the Name. 
By Francis B. Trowbridge. Map. 

8vo, cloth, pp. 560. New Haven, 
1891. $2.00 

One of m few copies bound without the por- 
traits, so as to be sold at this low figure to the 
working genealogist. 

882 Chauncey. Memorials of the 
Chaunceys; including Chas. Chauncey 
(Second President of Harvard Col- 
lege), His Ancestors and Descend- 
ants. By Wm. C. Fowler. Tables, 
portraits, etc. 8vo, cloth, pp. 304. 
Boston, 1858. $5.00 

883 Chester. Genealogical Mem- 
oirs of the Extinct Family of Chester 
of Chicheley, Their Ancestors and 
Descendants. By Robert E. C. 
Waters. 2 vols., royal 8vo, cloth, un- 
cut* (Published at £5 5s. od.) Lon- 
don, 1878. $12.50 

884 Clarke,' Nathaniel, of Newbury, 
Mass. Genealogy erf His Descend- 
ants. Compiled by George K. Clarke. 
8vo, paper, pp. 121. Boston, 1883. 


885 Clajrton. Memorials of the 
Qayton Family, with Unpublished 
Correspondence. By Thos. W. Av- 
eling. 8vo, cloth, pp. 516. London, 
1867. $2.00 

886 Conant. History and Geneal- 
ogy of the Conant Family in England 
and America. By Fred'k O. Conant. 
Illustrated. 8vo, half roan, pp. 639. 
Portland, 1887. $6.00 

887 Converse. Family History in 
the Line of Joseph Convers of Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1 739- 1828. By John J. 
Putnam. 8vo, cloth, pp. 97. Wor- 
cester, 1897. $4.00 

888 Cutler. Cutler, Nahum S. A 
Cutler Memorial and Genealogical 
History. Portraits. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
665. Greenfield, 1889. $7.50 

889 Dawson. A Collection of Fam- 
ily Records and Other Memoranda of 
Various Families and Individuals 
Bearing the Name Dawson. Illus- 
trated with engravings. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 572. Albany, 1874. $5.00 

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890 De Conrcy, B. W. A Gene- 
alogical History of the Milesian Fam- 
ilies of Ireland. 8vo, cloth, pp. jy. 
Cincinnati, i88o. $1.25 

891 DeVoe. Genealogy of the De 
Veaux Family, Introducing the Nu- 
merous Forms of Spelling the Name 
by the Various Branches and Genera- 
tions for the Past iioo Years. By 
Thomas F. DeVoe. Svo, cloth, pp. 
302. Privately printed, 1885. $1.25 

892 Dn Bois. Bi-centenary Re- 
union of the Descendants of Louis and 
Jacques Du Bois, Emigrants to Amer- 
ica, 1660 and 1675, at New Paltz, N. 
Y., 1875. 4to, half morocco, pp. 158. 
Documents and Genealogy of the 
Family of Benj. Du Bois of Catskill, 
N. Y. Pp. 104. New York, 1878. 
2 vols, in I. $20.00 

893 Dudley. The Dudley Geneal- 
ogies and Family Records. By Dean 
Diidley. 8vo, cloth, pp. 144. Bos- 
ton (printed by the Author), 1848. 


894 Dudley. First Annual Meeting 
of the Gov. Thomas Dudley Family 
Association and Second Reunion of 
His Descendants. 8vo, paper, pp. yy, 
(1893.) $1.25 

895 Dunnell and Dwinell. The 
True Genealogy of the Dunnell and 
Dwinell Family of New England. 
By Henry G. Dunnell. 8vo, paper, 
pp. 84. New York, 1862. $3.00 

896 Dunster. Henry Dunster and 
His Descendants. By Samuel Duns- 
ter. i2mo, cloth, pp. 333. Central 
Falls, 1876. $3.00 

897 Durrie, Daniel S. An Alpha- 
betical Index to American Geneal- 
ogies and Pedigrees Contained in 
State, County, and Town Histories, 
Printed Genealogies, etc. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 297. Albany, 1868. $2.00 

898 Dwight, The History of the 
Descendants of John Dwight of Ded- 
ham, Mass., by Benjamin W. Dwight. 
Portraits. 2 vols., thick 8vo, original 

cloth. Printed for the Author. New 
York, 1874. $15.00 

899 Eaton. Genealogical Sketch 
of the Nova Scotia Eatons. Com- 
piled by Rev. Arthur W. Eaton. Svo, i 
boards, pp. 128. Halifax, 1885. $2.50 

900 Eberhart. History of the Eber- 
harts in Germany and the United 
States, 1265 to 1890. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
263. Chicago, 1891. $1.50 

901 Eliot. Genealogy of the Eliot 
Family (including John Eliot the 
Apostle). By Wm. H. Eliot, Jr., and 
W. S. Porter. 8vo, paper, pp. 184. 
New Haven, 1854. $3.50 

902 Farwell. Ancestral Memorial 
of Henry Farwell of Concord and , 
Chilmsford, Mass., and His Descend- 
ants to the Fifth Generation. By D. 
P. Holton. 8vo, cloth, pp. 254. New 
York, 1879. $10.00 

903 Fiske. Fiske and Fisk Family: 
A Record of the Descendants of Sy- i 
mond Fiske, Suffolk. By F. C. 
Pierce. Royal 8vo, cloth, pp. 654. 
Chicago, 1896. $9.00 

904 Frost. Genealogy of the Frost 
Family of York County, Maine. Svo, 

paper, pp. 2^, n. p., n. d. $2.00 


905 Gale. Genealogy of the Gale 
Family. By Hon. George Gale. Svo, 
paper, pp. 9. n. p., n. d. $1.00 

906 Gardiner. Lion Gardiner and 
His Descendants, 1 599-1890. Edited 
by Curtiss C. Gardiner. Illustrated. , 
Royal Svo, cloth, pp. 170. St. Louis, 
1S90. $10.00 

Very scarce. Relates almost entirely to Long 

907 Garr. Genealogy of the De- 
scendants of John Garr, or More Par- 
ticularly of His Son Andreas Garr, 
Who Emigrated from Bavaria to 
America in 1732. Svo, cloth, pp. 60S. 
Cincinnati, 1S94. $5.00 

90S Glover. Account of John 
Glover of Dorchester and His De- 
scendants, with a Sketch of the Glov- 

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ers of New Jersey, Virginia, etc. By 
Anna Glover. 8vo, cloth, pp. 602. 
Boston, 1867. $3.50 

909 Goodwins (The) of Hartford, 
Conn. Descendants of William and 
Ozias Groodwin. By Jas. J. Good- 
win. Folding charts of families and 
portraits. 8vo, cloth, pp. 798. Hart- 
ford, 1891. $5.00 

Presentation copy, with letter from author. 

910 Oreenleaf. A Genealogy of. 
By Jonathan Greenleaf of Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 8vo, cloth, pp. n6. New 
York (printed for the use of the fam- 
ily), 1854. $3.50 

911 Hadley, Mass. Genealogies of 
Hadley Families, embracing the 
Early Settlers of Hatfield, South Had- 
ley. 8vo, paper, pp. i68. North- 
ampton, 1862. $3.00 

912 Harleian Society Publications. 
Visitations, Marriage Licenses, etc., 
of London, 2 vols.; Worcestershire, 
Shropshire, Canterbury, Norfolk, 
Marriage Licenses of Archbishop of 
Canterbury, Hunter's Familiae Memo- 
rium Gentium, 4 vols. ; Visitations of 
Cambridgeshire, Vols. XXV.-XLI. 
inclusive. 17 vols., royal 8vo, cloth. 
Published by the Society, 1887-97. 

Sold to members only. A good chance to 
complete a set at a very low figure. Each vol- 
ume is complete in itself, and the set is indis- 
pensable for the working genealogist. 

913 EaYen. Descendants of Rich- 
ard Haven of Lynn. By Josiah 
Adams. 8vo, cloth, pp. 54. Boston, 
1843. $1-25 

914 Eayden. Genealogy of the 
Hayden Family. 8vo, paper, pp. 15. 
n. d. $1.00 

915 Hector, Wm. Selections from 
the Judicial Records of Renfrewshire, 
Illustrative of the Administration of 
the Laws of the^ County and Manners 
and Condition of the Inhabitants in 
the Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Centuries. With notes and facsimiles 
of old documents. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. 
Paisley, 1876-78. $3.50 

916 Hinds. History and Geneal- 
ogy of the Hinds Family. By Albert 
Henry Hinds. Numerous portraits. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 383. Portland, 1899. 


917 Hinman, Royal R. A Cata- 
logue of the Names of the Early Puri- 
tan Settlers of the Colony of Con- 
necticut; with the Time of Their Ar- 
rival in the Country and Colony. 
Portraits. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top, 
uncut, pp. 884. Hartford, 1852. 

Lacks pages 336 to 348. 

918 Hodges. Genealogical Record 
of the Hodges Family in New Eng- 
land. By Alma D. Hodges. 8vo, 
paper, pp. 71. (Boston, 1853. $2.50 

919 Hollingsworth. Genealogical 
Memoranda in the United States, 
1682-1884. i2mo, cloth, pp. 144. 
Baltimore, 1884. $1.25 

920 Hollister. The Hollister Fam- 
ily of America: Lieut. John Hollister 
of Wethersfield, Conn., and His De- 
scendants. By Lafayette W. Case. 
8vo, sheets, uncut, pp. 805. Chicago, 
1886. I $5.00 

921 Holton, William, of Westmin- 
ster, Vt. A Family Chart. New 
York, 1866. .50 

922 Hughes and Allied Families. 
(No author, no place, no date.) 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 245. $1.50 

923 Hugaenot Society. Publica- 
tions of. Vol. III., Register of the 
Protestant Church at Goisnes, 1668- 
1685; Vol. IV., Registre de TEglise 
Walloune de Southampton; Vol. V., 
Part I, Register of the Wallon or 
Strangers' Church in Canterbury; 
Vol. VI., Despatches of Michele Su- 
riano and Marc Barbaro, 1560-63; 
Vol. VII., Register of the French Re- 
formed Church at Dublin; Vol. VIII., 
Denizations and Naturalizations of 
Aliens in England. 6 vols., 4to, 
paper, uncut. Lymington, 1890-93. 

About 300 pages each, and most valnable.for 

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924 Humphreys. The Humphreys 
Family in America. By Fred'k 
Humphreys. 4to, in parts, pp. 11 15. 
With supplementary part, pp. 107. 
Illustrated. New York, 1883-99. 


925 Hunt. Genealogy of the Name 
and Family of Hunt, Early Estab- 
lished in America from Europe. 
Exhibiting pedigrees of ten thousand 
persons, with indices of Names and 
Places. Authorized by W. L. G. 
Hunt, compiled by T. B; Wyman, Jr. 
4to, cloth, pp. 414. Boston, 1862-63. 


926 Himtooii, Daniel T. V. Philip 
Hunton and His Descendants. 8vo, 
paper, pp. 113. Canton, 1881. .50 

927 Eayd. The Hyde Genealogy; 
or. The Descendants in the Female as 
well as in the Male Lines of William 
Hyde of Norwich. By Reuben H. 
Walworth. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Al- 
bany, 1864. $50.00 

928 Index to American Genealogies 
and to Genealogical Material Con- 
tained in All Works, such as Town, 
County, and Local Histories, Society 
Publications, etc. 4th edition. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 282. Albany, 1895. $4.00 

929 Jackson, Isaac and Ann. Pro- 
ceedings of the Sesqui-Centennial 
Gathering of Their Descendants, at 
Harmony Grove, Chester County, 
Pa. Together with the family geneal- 
ogy. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
371. Philadelphia, 1878. $4.00 

930 Johnston. The Johnstons of 
Salisbury, with Supplement Concern- 
ing the Hancock, Strother, and Pres- 
ton Families. By Wm. Preston 
Johnston. i2mo, cloth, pp. 216. 
New Orleans, 1897. $1.50 

931 Keep. John Keep of Long- 
meadow, Mass., 1660-76, and His De- 
scendants. By Frank E. Best. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 263. Chicago, 1899. $2.50 

932 Kellogg. Family Meeting of 
the Descendants of Chas. Kellogg, 

with Genealogical Items of the Kel* 
logg Family. 8vo, paper, pp. 8. 
Boston, 1858. .50 

933 Kimball. History of the Kim- 
ball Family in America, 1634-1897, 
and of Its Ancestors, the Kimballs 
or Kemboldes of England. By L. A. 
Morrison and S. P. Sharpies. Illus- 
trated. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Boston, 
1897. $5-00 

934 Kneeland. Seven Centuries in 
the Kneeland Family. By Stillman 
F. Kneeland. 8vo, paper, pp. 352. 
New York (published for the Author), 
1897. $5.00 

935 Knox. Rogers, Chas. Gene- 
alogical Memoirs of John Knox and 
of the Family of Knox. Portrait. , 
8vo, cloth, pp. 184. London, 1879. 


936 Kool. Cole, David. Isaac 
Kool (Cool or Cole) and Catharine 
Serven, Married October 15, 1764, at 
Tappan, N. Y., and Their Descend- 
ants. Portraits. 8vo, paper, pp. 269. 
New York, 1876. $2.50 

937 Lee. Genealogical History of 
the Lee Family of Virginia and Mary- 
land, with notes and illustrations. By 
Edward C. Mead. Portraits. 4to, 
cloth, pp. 114. New York, 1871. * 


938 Lee. The Quarter-Millennial 
Gathering of Descendants and Kins- 
men of John Lee, One of the Early 
Settlers of Farmington. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 116. 'Meriden, 1885. $1.50 

939 Leonard. Dearie, Wm. R. A 
Genealogical Memoir of the Leonard 
Family. 8vo, paper, pp. 28. Boston, 
1851. $1.00 

940 Leverett. A Memoir Bio- | 
graphical and Genealogical of Sir ♦■ 
John Leverett, Governor of Massa- 
chusetts, 1673-79; of John Leverett, 
President of Harvard College, and of 
the Family Generally. Portraits. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 203. Boston, 1856. 


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941 Leverett Family. . Chart of the 
Descendants of Thomas and Anne 
Leverett .50 

942 littelly John. Family Records 
or Grenealog^ies of the First Settlers 
of Passaic Valley, with Their Ances- 
tors and Descendants. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
512. Fekville, N. J., 1851. $12.00 

943 Long liland. Early Long Is- 
land Wills. With Genealogical and 
Historical Notes by Wm. S, Pdle- 
treau. The Record of the Prerogative 
Court for the County of Suffolk from 
May, 1691, to April, 1703. A com- 
plete copy of the so-called " Lester 
Will Book," with index of Names, 
Localities, and Letters of Administra- 
tion. Pp. 301. New York, 1897. 


Edition limited to 340 numbered copies. An 
interesting work for collectors of Lone Island 
material, and invaluable for genealogists and 

944 Long Iiland Genealogies. The 
Families of Albertson, Andrews, etc., 
etc., etc.. Being Kindred Descendants 
of Thomas Powell of Bethpage, 1688. 
By Mary P. Bunker. 4to, cloth, pp. 
350. Albany, 1895, $5.00 

945 Long Island. Collections of 
the Kings County Genealogical Qub. 
(Cemetery Inscriptions, Marriage 
Records, etc.) 6 parts in 5. Com- 
plete set, all published; scarce. Svo, 
paper. New York, 1882-94. $2.50 

946 Lysons, Samuel. Our British 
Ancestors, Who and What Were 
They. With the Traditional History 
of the Early Britons. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 555- Oxford, 1865. $2.00 

947 Magennis. Origin and History 
of the Magennis Family. By John F. 
Meg^nness. Portraits. 8vo, half roan, 
pp. 248. Williamsport, 1891. $4.00 

948 Mallery, Rev. Charles Payson. 
Ancient Families of Bohemia Manor 
(Delaware). Their Homes and Their 
Graves, 8vo, cloth, pp. 74. Wilming- 
ton, 1888. $1.00 

949 Kanifield, Conn. Birdis, Bap- 
tisms, Marriages, and Deaths from the 
Records of the Town and Churches 
in Mansfield, Conn., from 1703 to 
1850. Svo, cloth, pp. 475. New 
York, 1898. $5.00 

Only 500 copies printed. 

950 Karkley, Jacob. Descendants 
of Shippack, Montgomery County, 
Pa. 8vo, tinted paper covers, pp. 36. 
n. p., 1884. $1.25 

951 Mather, Lineage of Rev. 
Richard Mather. By Horace E. 
Mather. Portrait. 4to, sheets, un- 
cut, pp. 540. Hartford, 1890. $5.00 

952 Mayer. Memoir and Geneal- 
ogy of the Maryland and Pennsyl- 
vania Family of Mayer, 1495-1878. 
By Brantz Mayer. Illustrated. 4to, 
paper, uncut, pp. 178. Baltimore, 
1878. $20.00 

Only 50 copies privately printed for the family. 

953 Missouri. A History of the 
Pioneer Families of Missouri, with 
Sketches, Anecdotes, etc.. Relating to 
Early Days in Missouri. By Wm. S. 
Bryan and Robert Rose. Portraits. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 528. St. Louis, 1876. 


Cue of the rarest works in American gene- 
alogy. Contains sketches and genealogies of 
seiriral hundred pioneer families. Although of 
comparatively recent date, it is a volume but 
little known. 

954 Korgan and Avery. Our Fam- 
ily Genealogy. (Printed for the fam- 
ily, but not published.) 8vo, paper, 
pp. 16. Hartford, 185 1. $1.50 

955 Howry. A Family History. 
Richard Mowry of Uxbridge, Mass., 
His Ancestors and Descendants. By 
Wm. A. Mowry. 8vo, cloth, pp. 238. 
Providence, 1878. $1.50 

956 Howry, Wm. A. The De- 
scendants of Nathaniel Mowry of 
Rhode Island. Illustrations. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 343. Providence, 1878. 


957 Nash. The Nash Family; or, 
Records of the Descendants of 

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Thomas Nash of New Haven, 1640, 
By Sylvester Nash. Portraits. 8vo, 
paper, uncut, pp. 304. Hartford, 
1853. $10.00 

958 New England Historical and 
Genealogical Register, from Its Com- 
mencement in 1847 to 1900, Inclusive 
(except Vol. XVI.). 53 vols., 8vo, 
clean, in the original quarterly num- 
bers, uncut. Boston, 1847-1900. 


The first in importance of the publications re" 
lating to American Genealogy and Local His- 
tory. It is absolutely indispensable to every 
library or student of American history. The 
design of the work is to gather up and place in 
a permanent form the scattered and decaying 
records of the domestic, civil, literary, religious, 
and political life of the people of Uie United 
States, and particularly of New England. To 
this end the Register is rich in Biographies of 
Distinguished Men, Genealogies of American 
Families, Transcriptions of Church, Town, 
County, and Court Records, Historical Memo- 
randa rescued from Interleaved Almanacs, 
Family Bibles, Old Account Books, Ancient 
Private Letters and Journals, etc. 

959 New York Dutcli. Records of 
the Reformed Dutch Church in New 
Amsterdam and New York; Mar- 
riages, 1639-1801. Edited by Samuel 
S. Purple. Royal 8vo, pp. 352. New 
York, 1890. $15.00 

Limited edition of 100 copies printed for 

960 New York Hugaenots. Whitt- 
meyer, Alfred V. Registers of the 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths of the 
"Eglise Frangoise," 1688-1804, with 
Historical Documents. Views of the 
Huguenot Churches in New York. 
8vo, boards, pp. 493. New York, 
1886. $4.00 

961 Noble. Boltwood, Lucius M. 
History and Genealogy of the Family 
of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Mass., 
with Genealogical Notes of Other 
Families by the Name of Noble. Il- 
lustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 870. Hart- 
ford (privately printed), 1878. $6.00 

962 Norris. Lineage and Biogra- 
phies of the Norris Family m Amer- 
ica, from 1640 to 1892. By Leonard 
A. Morrison. With References to the 

Norrises of England as Early as 131 1. 
Illustrated. With fine portraits. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 207. Boston, 1892. $2.00 

963 Olcott. Descendants of Thomas 
Olcott, one of the First Settlers of 
Hartford. By Nathaniel Goodwin. 
8vo, paper, pp. 64. Hartford, 1845. 


964 O'Keagher, Jos. Casimir. Some 
Historical Notices of the O'Meaghers 
of Ikerrin. Map and plates, includ- 
ing colored ones. 4to, vellum, pp. 47. 
London, n. d. $2.00 

965 Page. Genealogy of the Page 
Family in Virginia, and a Condensed 
Account of the Nelson, Walker, Pen- 
dleton, and Randolph Families. By 
R. C. M. Page. 8vo, cloth, pp. 250. 
New York, 1883. $5.00 

966 Palmer. Palmer Records: 
Memorial Volume of the First Palmer 
Family Reunion at Stonington, Au- 
gust, 1881, the Ancestral Home of 
Walter Palmer, the Pilgrim of 1629. 
Plates. 8vo, cloth, pp. 296. Ja- 
maica. $5.00 

967 Penns. Webb, Maria. The 
Penns and Peningtons of the Seven- 
teenth Century, 'fiieir Religions and 
Domestic Life. Illustrated by Orig- 
inal Family Letters. Illustrated. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 430. London, 1867. 


968 Phillimore, W. P. W. How to 
Write the History of a Family: A 
Guide for the Genealogist. Supple- 
ment to the above. 2 vols., i2mo, 
cloth. London, 1887-96. $3.00 

969 Pitkin. The Pitkin Family of 
America: A Genealogy of the De- 
scendants of William Pitkin, Who 
Came from England, 1659. By A. P. 
Pitkin. Portraits. Royal 8vo, half 
morocco, pp. 325. Hartford, 1887. 


970 Playfair, Wm. British Baro- 
netage: Illustrative of the Origin and 
Progress of the Rank, Honours, and 
Personal Merit of the Baronets of the 

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United Kingdom. Engraved plate. 
4 vols., thick 4to, half calf. London, 
181 1. $10.00 

971 Pope. A History of the Dor- 
chester Pope Family, 1634-1888, with 
Sketches of Other Popes in England 
and America. By Oias. H. Pope. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 340. Boston, iSSS. 


972 Potts. Memorial of Thomas 
Potts, Jr., Who Settled in Pennsyl- 
vania; with an Historic-Genealogical 
Account of His Descendants to the 
Eighth Greneration. By Mrs. Thomas 
Potts James. 4to, cloth, pp. 418. 
Cambridge (privately printed), 1874. 


973 Pratt. The Pratt Family; or, 
Descendants of William Pratt, One 
of the First Settlers of Hartford and 
Saybrook, with Genealogical Notes. 
By F. W. Chapman. Portraits. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 421. Hartford, 1864. $400 

974 Preble. Genealogical Sketch of 
the First Three Generations of Preble 
in America, with an account of Abra- 
ham Preble, Their Common An- 
cestor. By Geo. H. Preble. Por- 
traits. 8vo, cloth, pp. 336. Boston, 
1868. $22.50 

Very rare. Only 125 copies printed for private 
distribution. No. 13. 

975 Prince. Princes. Record of 
Our Ancestors: A Complete List of 
All Persons by the Name of Prince 
Who Served in Lexington Alarm, 
April, 1775, Revolutionary War, War 
of 1812, and Civil War, 1861-65. 
Rank of Each, Regiment and Com- 
pany, with Other Valuable Informa- 
tion. 8vo, cloth. Franklin, 1898. 


976 dnincy. Brief Account of the 
Quincy Family of Boston. 8vo, 

< paper, pp. 7. Boston, 1857. $3.00 

977 Bawlins or Rollins. Records 
of Families (of those names) in the 
United States. In 2 parts. Compiled 
by John R. Rollins. Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 348. Lawrence, 1874. 


978 SiddelL History of the An- 
cient Ryedales and Their Descend- 
ants, 860 to 1884. A Genealogy and 
Bic^^phy for 1000 Years of the Fam- 
ilies of Riddell, Riddle, Ridlon, Rid- 
ley, etc. By G. T. Ridlon. Illus- 
trated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 786. Man- 
chester, 1884. $5.0Q 

979 Bipley. Genealogy of a Part 
of the Ripley Family. By H. W. Rip- 
ley. i2mo, paper, pp. 48. Newark, 
1867. $2.00 

980 Bobinson. Memoir of Rev. 
William Robertson, Southington, 
Conn., with Account of His Ances- 
tors in This Country. By Edward 
Robinson. 8vo, cloth, pp. 214. New 
York (printed for private distribu- 
tion), 1859. $3.50 

981 Bodman. Genealogy of the 
Rodman Family, 1620 to 1886. By 
Chas. Henry Jones. 8vo, boards, un- 
cut, pp. 289. Philadelphia (privately 
printed), 1886. $5.00 

982 Bnpp, I. D. A Collection of 
Upwards of 30,000 names of German, 
Swiss, Dutch, French, and Other 
Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 
1727 to 1776, with the Names of the 
Ships on Which They Sailed and the 
date of Their Arrival in Philadelphia. 
Chronologically Arranged, with His- 
torical and Other Notes. Also an Ap- 
pendix, containing a List of More 
than 1000 German and French Names 
in New York Prior to 1712. Second 
revised and enlarged edition, with 
German translation. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
495 + 24. Philadelphia, 1876. $3.00 

A valuable work for the genealogist and all 
interested in the early families of America, 

983 Butherford. Family Records 
and Events Compiled Principally 
from Original Manuscripts. By Liv- 
ingston Rutherfurd. Portraits, tables, 
etc. 8vo, cloth, pp. 355* New York, 
1894. $10.00 

Rare. Only 150 copies printed privately by 
De Vinne. 

984 Salkeld. The Salkeld Family 
of Pennsylvania, from John, Who 

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Emigrated in 1705, to the Fourth 
Generation as Far as Known. By a 
Descendant. 8vo, paper, pp. 8. i8i57. 


985 Sands, Comfort. Descent of, 
and of His Children, with Notes on 
the Families of Ray, Thomas, Guthrie, 
Alcock, Palgrave, Cornell, Dodge, 
Hunt, Jessup. 8vo, boards, pp. 91. 
New York, 1886. $2.00 

986 Savage, James. A Genealogi- 
cal Dictionary of the First Settlers of 
New England, Showing Three Gren- 
erations of Those Who Came before 
May, 1692, 4 vols., 8vo, cloth. Bos- 
ton, i860. $75.00 

987 Schwexikfelder. Genealogical 
Record of the Descendants of the 
Schwenkfelders, Who Arrived in 
Pennsylvania, 1733-37. From the 
German of Balthasar Heebner and 
Other Sources, by Rueben Kriebel. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 339. Manayunk, 1879. 


988 Scott. Genealogical Memoirs 
of the Family of Sir Walter Scott, 
with His Memorials of the Halibri- 
tons. By Chas. Rogers. Plate. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 78. London, 1877. $1.50 

989 Scottish Genealogy. Histories 
of the Following Scottish Qans and 
Highland Families, by Alexander 
Mackenzie: History of the Macken- 
zies, pp. 648; History of the Chis- 
holms, pp. 232; History of the 
Frasers, pp. 761 ; History of the Cam- 
erons, pp. 477; History of the Mun- 
ros, pp. 632. 5 vols. 8vo, half roan, 
gilt tops. Inverness, 1892-98. $25.00 

These beautiful volumes are remarkable for 
their accuracy and completeness. The author 
has left nothing undone, no stone unturned, in 
order to make these works as exhaustive and 
complete as possible. They are works which 
no student of Scottish history can afford to over- 

990 Seton, • George. Memoir of 
Alexander Seton, with Genealogical 
Tables of the Legal Families of Ers- 
kine, Hope, Dalrymple, and Dundas. 
Illustrated. 4to, cloth, pp. 217. 
Edinburgh, 1882. $2.00 

991 ShAttnck, Lemuel. Memorials 
of the Descendants of Wm. Shattuck, 
the Progenitor of the Families in 
America that Have Borne His Name, 
With introduction and appendix con- 
taining collateral information. Por- 
trait. 8vo, cloth, pp. 414. Boston, 
1855. $6.00 


992 Shotwelly Ambrose M. Annals 
of Our Colonial Ancestors and Their 
Descendants, Who, Where, When, 
and What They Have Been. A gen- 
ealogical register for nine generations 
of 200 families. Part 2, The Shotwell 
Family in America. Illustrated. 
Royal 8vo, cloth, pp. 300. Lansing, 
1897. $4.00 

993 Shuey. History of the Shuey 
Family in America, 1732-1876. By 
D. B. Shuey. i2mo, cloth, pp. 279. 
Lancaster, 1876. $1.50 

994 Slafter. Memorial of John 
Slafter, with a Genealogical Account 
of His Descendants, including Eight 
Generations. By E. F. Slafter. Pri- 
vately printed for the family. Plate 
and portraits. 8vo, cloth, pp. 155. 
Boston, 1869. $2.50 

Presentation copy. 

995 Smith Families of New York 
and Long Island, 1664-1794. Wills 
of. Careful Abstracts of All the Wills 
of the Name of Smith Recorded in 
New York, Jamaica, and Hempstead 
Prior to 1794. Edited, with genealog- 
ical and historical notes, by William 
S. Pelletreau, with indexes of Names 
and Localities. 4to, cloth. New 
York, 1898. $3.00 

Only 340 numbered copies were printed, and 
published uniform with *' The Early Long 
Island Wills," which was so highly reviewed 
and proved a decided success. 

996 Starin. The Starin Family in 
America Descendants of Nicholas 
Ster, One of the Early Settlers of 
Fort Orange, N. Y. By Wm. L. 
Stone. 4to, cloth, pp. 233. Albany, 
1892. $9.00 

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997 Stiles. Contributions towards 
a Genealogy of the (Massachusetts) 
Family of Stiles. By Henry R. Stiles. 
4to, paper, pp. 48. Albany, 186^. 

Only 100 copies printed. 

998 Stone. The Family of John 
Stone, one of the First Settlers of 
Guilford, Conn. By William L. 
Stone, 2d. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 184. Albany, 1888. $3.00 

999 Storrs. The Storrs Family: 
Genealogical and Other Memoranda. 
Collected and compiled by Charles 
Storrs. Royal 8vo, half morocco, pp. 
552. Privately printed, 1886. $10.00 

1000 Strong. The Histoiy of the 
Descendants of Elder John Strong of 
Northampton, Mass. By Benj. W. 
Dwight. Portraits 2 vols., 8vo, 
cloth. Albany, 1871. $25.00 

looi Swett. Mementos of the 
Swett Family. By John Wingate 
Thornton. 8vo, cloth, pp. 26. Rox- 
bury, 1851. $3.00 

Presentation copy. Only 100 privately 

1002 Taintor. History and Geneal- 
ogy of the Descendants of Joseph 
Taynter, Who Settled at Watertown, 
Mass., 1638. By Dean W. Taintor. 
8vo, leather, pp. 100. Boston (printed 
for private distribution), 1859. $5.00 

1003 Taintor. Genealogy and His- 
tory oJ the Taintor Family. By Chas. 
M. Taintor. i2mo, half bound, pp. 
83. Greenfield, 1847. $1.00 

1004 Temple. Some Account of 
the Temple Family. By Temple 
Prime of Huntington, Long Island. 
8vo, paper, pp. 100. New York, 1887. 


1005 The Begister and Magazine of 
Biography. A Record of Births, 
Marriages, Deaths, and Other Gene- 
alogical and Personal Occurrences, 
from January, 1869, to December, 
1869. 2 vols, (all published). 8vo, 
half roan. Westminster, 1869. $5.00 

1006 Thomas, L. B. Pedigrees of 
Thomas, Chew, and Lawrence. A 
West River Register, and Genealogi- 
cal Notes. 8vo, cloth (binding loose). 
New York, 1883. $10.00 

Unique. Author's own copy, with extensive 
manuscript additions, corrections, and illustra- 

1007 Ticrnan, The Tieman Fam- 
ily in Maryland, Compiled from Orig- 
inal Letters and Memoranda in the 
Author's Possession. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 222. Baltimore, 1898. 


1008 Tilley Family. Genealc^ of. 
Compiled by R. Hammett Tilley. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 80. Newport, R. I., 

1878. $1.50 

1009 Trowbridge. The Trowbridge 
Family; or. The Descendants of 
Thomas Trowbridge, One of the First 
Settlers of New Haven. By F. W. 
Chapman. 8vo, cloth, pp. 461. New 
Haven, 1872. $4.00 

loio Vassalls. The Vassalls of 
New England and Their Immediate 
Descendants. By Edward D. Harris. 
8vo, paper, pp. 26. Albany, 1862. 


loii Ward Family. Descendants 
of William Ward, Who Settled in 
Sudbury, Mass., in 1639; with an Ap- 
pendix Alphabetically Arranged of the 
Names of All Families that Have In- 
termarried with Them. By Andrew 
H. Ward. 2 engraved portraits. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 265. Boston, 185 1. $2.50 

1012 Washington. The Pedigree 
and History of the Washington Fam- 
ily, for Eighteen Centuries, down to 
Gen. George Washington. By Albert 
Welles. Steel plates, portraits, etc. 
8vo, cloth, gilt, pp. 370. New York, 

1879. $3.50 

1013 Watson. John Watson of 
Hartford and His Descendants: His 
Genealogy. By Thomas Watson. 
Portrait. 8vo, unbound. New York, 
1865. $2.00 

Limited edition. Presentation copy of Mr. 
George Brinley. 

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1014 Weekes, George, of Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1635-1650, Genealogy 
of. By Robert D. Weeks, with In- 
formation in Regard to Other Fam- 
ilies of the Name. Portraits. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 463. Newark, 1885. $3.00 

1015 Wells. The Wells Family of 
Wells, Me. Svo, paper, pp. 38. Mil- 
waukee, 1874. $1.25 

1016 Westohester County. Early 
Wills of, from 1664 to 1784. A Care- 
ful Abstract of All Wills Recorded in 
New York Surrogate's Office, and at 
White Plains, N. Y., from 1664 to 
1784, with Genealogical and Histori- 
cal Notes by William S. PeUetreau. 
Uniform with " Early Long Island 
Wills" and "Smith Wills." 4to, 
cloth. $5.00 

11017 Wctmore. The Wetmore 
Family of America and Its Collateral 
Branches. By James C. Wetmore. 
Portrait. Royal 8vo, paper, uncut, 
pp. 670. Albany, 1861. $7- 50 

1018 Wheeler. Reunion of the 
Wheeler Family of Acton, Mass., with 
Genealogy for Five Generations. 8vo, 
paper, pp. 7. Marlboro, 1879. '75 

1019 WMtmore. Record of the De- 
scendants of Francis Whitmore of 
Cambridge, Mass. By W. H. Whit- 
more. 8vo, paper, pp. 24. Boston 
(for private circulation only), 1855. 


1020 Whitmore, Wm. H. A Hand- 
book of American Genealogy: A 
Catalogue of Family Histories and 
Publications Containing Genealogical 
Information. Large-paper copy, in- 

terleaved. 4to, full morocco, gilt. 
Albany, 1862. $5.00 

1021 Whitmore, Wm. H. The 
American Genealogist: A Catalogue 
of Family Histories and Publications 
Containing Genealogical Information. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 287. Albany, 1868. 


1022 Whitney. The Descendants 
of John Whitney, Who Came from 
London, Eng., to Watertown, Mass., 
in 1635. By Frederick Clinton 
Pierce. Illustrated. Svo, cloth, pp. 
69. Chicago, 1895. $9.00 

1023 Whitney. Brief Account of 
the Descendants of John and Elinor 
Whitney of Watertown, Mass. Svo, 
cloth- Boston, 1857. $4.00 

Rare. A few copies with MS. aotes hj 
W. H. Whitmore. Reprinted with additions 
from the *' N. E. Register." 

1024 Wights. The Wights : A Rec- 
ord of Thomas Wight of Dedham and 
Medfield, and of His Descendants, 
1635-1890. By William Ward Wight. 
Royal 8vo, half morocco, pp. 357. 
Milwaukee, 1890. $7.50 

1025 Winslow. Winslow Memo- 
rial : Family Records of the Winslows 
and Their Descendants in America, 
with English Ancestry. By D. P. and 
F. K. Holton. Portraits, charts, etc. 
2 vols., Svo, sheets, uncut. New 
York, 1877-88. $25.00 

1026 Tale Family; or. The De- 
scendants of David Yale. With Gen- 
ealogical Notices of Each Family. 
By Elihu Yale, one of the descend- 
ants. Svo, paper, 201. New Haven, 
1850. $3.00 


1027 Alabama. Holcombe, Hosea. 
History of the Rise and Prog- 
ress of the Baptists in Alabama, 
i2mo, boards, pp. 375. Philadelphia, 


102S Arizona. Cozzens, Samuel 
W. The Ancient Cibola. The Mar- 
velous Country; or. Three Years in 
Arizona and New Mexico. 100 il- 
lustrations. Svo, cloth, pp. 54S. Bos- 
ton, 1S76. $2.50 

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1029 Horfheast Arkansas. Bio- 
graphical and Historical Memoirs of, 
comprising Greene, Qay, Fulton, 
Craighead, Randolph, Poynset, Inde- 
pendence, and Ixard Counties. 4to, 
full morocco, gilt, pp. 981. Chicago, 
1889. $5.00 

1030 Owen, D. D. First Report of 
a Geological Reconnoissance of the 
Northern Counties of Arkansas, Made 
in 1857-58. Steel and colored illus- 
trations. 8vo, half morocco, pp. 256, 
Little Rock, 1858. $1.50 

103 1 Owen, D. D. Second Report 
of a Geological Reconnoissance of the 
Middle and Southern Counties of 
Arkansas. Map and colored plates. 
8vo, half boar(b, pp. 433. Philadel- 
phia, i860. $1.50 

1032 Southern Arkansas. Bio- 

fraphical and Historical Memoirs of 
outhem Arkansas, with Brief His- 
tory of Each of the Counties and Por- 
traits and Biographical Sketches. 
4to, full morocco, gilt, pp. 1080. Chi- 
cago, 1890. $5.00 

1033 Thorpe, Major. Scenes in 
Arkansaw, etc. i2mo, cloth. Phila- 
delphia, 1858. $1.00 

1034 Western Arkansas. Histori- 
cal Memoirs of, comprising a Con- 
densed History of the State and His- 
tory and Biographies of Yell, Polk, 
Johnson, Logan, Scott, Pope, and 
Montgomery Counties. Portraits. 
4to, full morocco, gilt, pp. 497. Chi- 
cago, 1891. ♦ $4.00 


1035 -^ about Califomia and In- 
ducements to Settle There. Map. 
8vo, paper, pp. 74. San Francisco, 
1870. .50 

1036 Bancroft, Hubert H. The 
History of Califomia, 1542-1848. 5 
vols., large 8vo (750 pages each), 
cloth, uncut. San Francisco, 1884. 


1037 Bates, Mrs. D. B. Incidents 
on Land and Water; or. Four Years 
on the Pacific Coast; with Narrative 
of Burning of the Ships Nonantum, 
Humayoon, and Fanchon. Illus- 
trated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 336. Bos- 
ton (printed for the Author), i860. 


Early Scenes in California, the Gold Mines, 

1038 Bates, J. H. Notes of a Tour 
in Mexico and Califomia. Printed for 
private distribution. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
167. New York, 1887. $1.50 

1039 Benton, J. A. The Califomia 
Pilgrim: A Series of Lectures. Illus- 
trated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 261. Sacra- 
mento, 1853. $1.50 

Early Days in San Francisco, Sacramento, 
Nevada, the Mines, etc. Rare. 

1040 Berthwiok, J. D. Three 
Years in Califomia (San Francisco in 
1851, The Mines, Digger Indians, 
Lynch Law, Vigilance Committee, 
etc.). Tinted plates. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
384. Edinburgh, 1857. $2.00 

1041 Brace, Chas. Loring. The 
New West; or, Califomia in 1867-68. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 373. New York, 
1869. $1.00 

1042 Brooks, J. Trywhitt. Four 
Months among the Gold-finders in 
Alta, Cal. Diary of an Expedition 
from San Francisco to the Gold Dis- 
trict. Map. i2mo, cloth, pp. 207. 
London, 1849^ $2.00 

1043 Calif omian Crusoe; or, The 
Lost Treasure Found. A Tale of 
Mormonism. i2mo, cloth, pp. 162. 
London, 1854. $1.00 

1044 Capron, E. S. History of 
Califomia, from Its Discovery to the 
Present Time; comprising also a Full 
Description of Its Climate, Soil. 
Rivers, Towns, etc., with A Journal 
of the Voyage from New York via 
Nicaragua to San Francisco, and back 
via Panama. Map. i2mo, cloth. 
Boston, 1854. $2.00 

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1045 Coke, Henry J. A Ride over 
the Rocky Mountains to Oregon and 
California. Portrait. 8vo, cloth, un- 
cut, pp. 390. London, 1852. $2.00 

1046 Colton, Walter. Three Years 
in California. Illustrated. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 456- New York, 1850. 


1047 Cone, Mary. Two Years in 
California. Illustrations and map. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 238. Chicago, 1876. 


1048 Cronise, T. F. The Natural 
Wealth of California; Early History, 
Geography, Mines and Mining, etc. 
Map. Royal 8vo, cloth, pp. 696. 
San Francisco, 1868. $2.00 

1049 D'Auteroche, C. A Voyage 
to California to Observe the Transit 
of Venus, with an Historical Descrip- 
tion of the Route through Mexico; 
also, A Voyage to Newfoundland. 
Map. 8vo, calf, pp. 315. London, 
1778. $5-oo 

1050 De Bupert, A. E. D. Cali- 
fomians and Mormons (Adventure 
and Sketches in California and Utah). 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 166. New York, 
1881. $1.00 

1051 Famham, J. T. Eirly Days 
in California, Embracing What I Saw 
and Heard There, with Scenes in the 
Pacific. Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
314. Philadelphia, 1859. $1.50 

1052 Famham, Thos. J. Travels 
in the Califomias, and Scenes in the 
Pacific Ocean. Map and plate. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 416. New York, 1844. 


Scarce. Written in early days, before the 
discovery of gold. 

1053 Ferg^uson, Charles D. The 
Experiences of a Forty-Niner during 
Thirty-four Years' Residence in Cali- 
fornia and Australia. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 507. Cleveland, 1888. 


1054 Fisher, Walter M. The Cali- 
fomians. i2mo, cloth, pp. 234. Lon- 
don, 1876. $1.25 

1055 Foster, G. G. The Gold 
Mines of California: A Geographical, 
Topographical, and Historical View 
of That Country. 8vo, original paper 
covers, pp. 80. New York, 1848. 


1056 Frost, John. History of the 
State of California, from the Period 
of the Conquest by Spain to Her Oc- 
cupation by the United States of 
America. With Account of the Dis- 
covery of the Immense Gold Mines, 
etc. Illustrated. 8vo, leather, pp. 
508. Auburn, 1850. $2.50 

1057 Haskins, C. W. The Argo- 
nauts of California: Being Reminis- 
cences of Scenes and Incidents that 
Occurred in Early Mining Days. 
(With List of Early Pioneers, 150 
pages, and the names of the vessels 
they came by.) Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 501. New York, 1890. 


1058 Hittell, John S. The Re- 
sources of CaJifomia and Past and 
Future Development of the State. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 494. San Francisco, 
1866. .75 

1059 Hutchings, James M. Scenes 
of Wonder and Curiosity in Cali- 
fornia. Illustrated with 100 eng^v- 
ings of Big Trees, Yosemite Valley, 
etc. 8vo, cloth, pp. 267. London, 
1865. $1.50 

1060 Johnson, Theo. T. Sights in 
the Gold Region and Scenes by the 
Way. i2mo, cloth, pp. 278. New 
York, 1849. ' .75 

1061 Kelly, William. A Stroll 
through the Diggings of California. 
(Geographical Sketch of California, 
Descriptions of Miners' Laws, The- 
ories, Practices, Land Speculating, 
Courts and Judges, Presidos, Indians, 
Ranches, etc.) Small 8vo, boards, pp. 
240. London, 1852. $1.50 

1062 Enower, Daniel. The Ad- 
ventures of a Forty-Niner: An His- 
toric Description of California and 
Events and Ideas in San Francisco in 

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Those Early Days. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
200. Albany, 1894. $1.00 

1063 Los Angeles County. Histori- 
cal Sketch of Los Angeles Q)unty 
from Spanish Occupancy to 1876. 
8vo, paper, pp. 88. Los Angeles, 
1876. $1.25 

1064 McClelkn, R. G. The Golden 
State. The History of the Region 
West of the Rocky Mountains from 
the Earliest Period to the Present 
Time. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
711. San Francisco, 1874. $2.50 

1065 Harryat, Frank. Mountains 
and Molehills; or. Recollections of a 
Burnt Journal. Illustrated by the 
author. Colored plates. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 443. London, 1855. $2.50 

1066 Nordhoff, Chas. California: 
For Health, Pleasure, and Residence. 
A book for Travelers and Settlers. 
Profusely illustrated with portraits, 
maps, and woodcuts. 4to, cloth, pp. 
255. New York, 1878. $1.00 

1067 Palmer, J. W. The New and 
the Old; or, California and India in 
Romantic Aspects. Illustrated. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 433. London, 1859. $1.50 

1068 Player-Frowd, J. G. Six 
Months in California. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 164. London, 1872. $1.25 

1069 Roberts, Oliver A. The Cali- 
fornia Pilgrimage of Boston Oom- 
mandery Knights-Templars,. August 
and September, 1883. Portraits and 
illustrations. 4to, cloth, pp. 400. Bos- 
ton, 1884. $2.00 

A most readable book of travel. 

1070 Byaiiy William R. Personal 
Adventures in Upper and Lower Cali- 
fornia. 23 illustrations from drawings 
taken on the spot. 2 vols., post 8vo,, 
cloth. London, 1852. $4.00 

1071 San FranciscOy A History of, 
and Incidentally of the State of Cali- 
fornia from Its Earliest Discovery to 
the Year 1878. By J. S. Hittell. 

3. Sai 

8vo, cloth, pp. 498. 

ian Francisco, 

1072 San Francisco. Narrative of 
Edward McGowan, including a Full 
Account of the Author's Adventures 
and Perils while Persecuted by the 
San Francisco Vigilance Committee 
of 1856. i2mo, half morocco, pp. 
240. San Francisco, 1857. $5.00 

1073 San Francisco. Smith, Frank 
M. San Francisco Vigilance Com- 
mittee of '56. 8vo, paper, pp. 83. 
San Francisco, 1883. $1.00 

1074 San Francisco. Taylor, Wm. 
Seven Years' Street Preaching in San 
Francisco. Edited by W. P. Strick- 
land. Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
394. New York, 1857. $1.25 

1075 ^^^ Francisco. The Annals 
of, containing a History of the First 
Discovery, Settlement, Progress, and 
Present Condition of California. A 
Complete History of ^1 the Impor- 
tant Events Connected with Its Great 
City, etc. By Frank Soule, John H. 
Gihion, and Jas. Nisbet. Map and 
150 illustrations. 8vo, cloth, pp. 824. 
New York, 1855. $3.00 

1076 Saxon, Isabelle. Five Years 
within the Golden Gate. (California 
Law, San Francisco, Nevada Mines, 
Death of President Lincoln, etc.) 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 315. Philadelphia, 
1868. $1.50 

1077 Schaeffer, L. M. Sketches of 
Travels in South America, Mexico, 
and California. i2mo, cloth, pp. 247. 
New York, i860. $i.oa 

1078 Seyd, Ernest. California and 
Its Resources. Colored plates and 
maps. 8vo, cloth, pp. 168. London, 
1858. $1.50 

1068 Shaw, Pringle. Ramblings in 
California, Description of the Coun- 
try, Life at the Mines and State of 
Society, Being Five Years of a Gold- 
Digger. i6mo, cloth, pp. 239. To- 
ronto, n. d. $1.25 

1079 Stillman, J. D. B. Seeking 
the Golden Fleece: A Record of 
Pioneer Life in California, to Which 

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is Annexed Footprints of Early Navi- 
gators, other than Spanish, in Cali- 
fornia. Plates. 8vo, cloth, pp. 352. 
San Francisco, 1877. $2.50 

1080 Taylor, Benj. F. Between the 
Gates. i2mo, cloth, pp. 292. Chi- 
cago, 1880. $1.00 

1081 Taylor, William. California 
Lifew Illustrated. (Social Life, Life 
among the Miners, etc.) i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 350. New York, 1859. $1.25 

1082 Thornton, J. Q. Oregon and 
California in 1848, with Recent and 
Authentic Information on the Gold 
Mines of California. Map and illus- 
trations. 2 vols., i2mo, cloth. New 
York, 1849. $3.00 

1083 Todd, John. The Sunset 
Land; or. The Great Pacific Slope. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 322. Boston, 1870. 


1084 TTpham, Samuel C. Notes of 
a Voyage to California, with Sketches 
of El Dorado, 1849-50. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 594. Philadelphia, 
1878. $2.50 

Sketches of pioneer journalism. Full roll 
of members of the Association of California 

1085 Van Dyke, Theo. S. Southern 
California, Scenery, Animals, Birds, 
Climate. i2mo, cloth, pp. 233. New 
York, 1886. $1.00 

1086 Venegas. Histoire Naturelle 
et Civile de la Califomie. Fine map. 
3 vols., i6mo, old calf. Paris, 1767. 


Very scarce. 

1087 Werth, John J. A Disserta- 
tion on the Resources and Policy of 
California, Mineral, Agricultural, and 
Commercial ; including a Plan for the 
Disposal of the Mineral Lands. 8vo, 
paper, pp. 87. Benicia, Cal., 1851. 

We have never met with another copy. 

1088 Wickson, Edward J. The 
California Fruits, and How to Grow 
Them. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
600. San Francisco, 1891. $1.25 

1089 WiUey, Samuel H. A His- 
tory of the College of California (with 
List of Graduates). 8vo, cloth, pp. 
432. San Francisco, 1887. $1.25 

1090 Willey, S. H. Thirty Years 
in California. A Contribution to the 
History of the State, 1849-79. 8vo, 
paper, pp. 76. San Francisco, 1879. 


1091 Woods, Daniel B. Sixteen 
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Chief Events, and a Record of the 
Lives of Illustrious Families. Illus- 
trated. 2 vols., large 4to, full mo- 
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cago, i^i. $12.00 

1435 Clairborne, J. F. H. The Life 
and Correspondence of John A. 
Quitman, Major-General U. S. A. and 
Governor of Mississippi. Steel por- 

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trait 2 vols., i2mo, cloth. New 
York, i860. $3.00 

War with Mexico, Southern Rights Party, 

1436 Dale, Gen. Sam. Life and 
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By J. F. H. Clairbome. Illustrated. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 233. New York, 
i860. $1.50 

1437 Harper, L. Preliminary Re- 
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of the State of Mississippi. Maps. Il- 
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1438 Wftiles, B. O. C. The Agri- 
culture and Geology of Mississippi, 
embracing a Sketch of the Social and 
Natural History of the State. Plates. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 371. Philadelphia, 
1854. $2.00 

Rare. The first report. 

1439 Tazoo County. Morgan, A. 
T. Yazoo; or. On the Picket Line of 
Freedom in the South. Personal 
Narrative of Sheriff and Tax Col- 
lector of Yazoo County. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 512. Washington, 1884. $1.75 


1440 Bay, W. V. N. Reminis- 
cences of the Bench and Bar of Mis- 
souri, with Biographical Sketches of 
Nearly All the Judges and Lawyers 
Who Have Passed Away. With many 
valuable letters never before pub- 
lished, throwing additional light upon 
the Burr Conspiracy. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
611. St. Louis, 1878. $2.50 

1441 Buchanan and Clinton Coun- 
ties. Portrait and Biographical Rec- 
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675. Chicago, 1893. $5.00 

1442 Caldwell and Livingston 
Counties. History of Caldwell and 
Livingston Counties, Mo., Written 
and Compiled from the Most Au- 
thentic Official and Private Sources, 
History of Their Townships, Towns, 
and Villages. 4to, morocco, pp. 
1274. St. Louis, 1886. $ 

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tory of Franklin, Jeflferson, Washing- 
ton, Crawford, and Gasconade Coun- 
ties. Illustrated. Royal 8vo, half 
morocco, pp. 1131. Chicago, 1888. 


1444 Journal and Proceedings of 
the Missouri State Convention, March 
and July, 1861, and June, 1862, Held 
in Jeflferson City. 3 vols., 8vo, 
boards. St. Louis, 1861-62. $7.50 


1445 Lewis County, etc. History of 
Lewis, Clark, Knox, and Scotland 
Counties. Illustrated. Royal 8vo, 
half morocco, pp. 1229. St. Louis, 
1887. $4.50 

1446 Newton County, etc. History 
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McDonald Counties, with Valuable 
Notes and Original Observations. 
Portraits. Royal 8vo, morocco, pp. 
1092. Chicago, 1888. $5.00 

1447 Parker, N. H. Missouri, As 
It Is in 1867: An Illustrated Histori- 
cal Gazetteer of Missouri. (Histori- 
cal Epochs of Mississippi Valley, 
Steam Navigation upon Western 
Rivers, Indian History, etc.) 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 458. Philadelphia, 1867. 


1448 St. Louis City and County 
from the Earliest Periods to the 
Present Day. (The Missionary and 
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Mexico, Southern Rebellion.) By J. 
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edges. Philadelphia, 1883. $8.00 

1449 St. Louis. Curson, Julian. 
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i2mo, cloth, pp. 416. St. Louis. . .75 

1450 St. Louis. Darby, John F. 
Personal Recollections of Many 

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Prominent People Whom I Have 
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to the History of St. Louis. Portrait. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 480. St. Louis, 1880. 


1451 St. Louis. Reavis, L. M. 
Saint Louis, the Future Great City, 
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Royal 8vo, full morocco, pp. 940. St. 
Louis, 1876. $3.50 

1452 St. Louis, Sketch-Book of. 
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430. St. Louis, 1858. $2.50 

1453 St. Louis. Thoughts about 
the City of St. Louis. First published 
in the " Missouri Republican." 8vo, 
paper, pp. 80. St. Louis, 1854. $1.25 

1454 Schoolcraft, Henry R. A 
View of the Lead Mines of Missouri. 
Observations on the Mineralogy, 
Geography, Antiquities, Soil, Popula- 
tion, etc., of Missouri and Arkansaw, 
and Other Sections of the Western 
Country. Illustrated. 8vo, boards, 
uncut, pp. 299. New York, 1819. 


1455 Southeast Hissonri, History 
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Francois, Perry, Bollinger, Madison, 
New Madrid, Pemiscot, Dunklin, 
Scott Counties, etc. With Profes- 
sional, Personal, and Private Records. 
Portraits. Royal 8vo, half morocco, 
pp. 1215. Chicago, 1888. $3.50 


1456 Montana Territory. History 
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Distances, Fares, and Altitudes; Com- 
mercial, Mineral, and Agricultural 
Interests. With a Sketch of the Vigi- 
lantes. Map. 8vo, cloth, pp. 218. 
Helena, 1879. $1.50 


1457 Curley, Ed. A. Nebraska, 
Its Advantages, Resources, and 
Drawbacks. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 433. London, 1875. $i-5o 

1458 linooln. History of the City 
of Lincoln, with Historical Sketches 
of the State and Lancaster County. 
By A. B. Hayes and S. D. Cox. Il- 
lustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 380. Lin- 
coln, 1889. $1.50 

1459 Nebraska Historical Society. 
Transactions, Reports, Historical 
Papers. First series. 5 vols. Sec- 
ond series: Vol. I., Parts i, 2, 3. 
Vol. II. 7 vols., 8vo. Lincoln, 
1885-97. 1 $10.00 

1460 Omaha. Union Pacific R. R., 
a Geological and Agricultural Survey 
of 100 Miles West of Omaha, by the 
American Bureau of Mines. 8vo, 
paper, pp. 44. New York, 1866. .75 

1461 Woolworth, James M. Ne- 
braska in 1857. Map. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 105. Omaha, 1857. $1.00 


1462 Powell, John J. Nevada, the 
Land of Silver. Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 306. San Francisco, 1876. 



1463 Baxter, James P. The Pio- 
neers of New France in New England, 
with Contemporary Letters and Docu- 
ments. 4to, cloth, uncut, pp. 450. 
Albany, 1894. $4.00 

1464 Bishop, George. New Eng- 
land Judged, by the Spirit of the 
Lord. In two parts: 

First Part. A Brief Relation of the 
Sufferings of the People call'd 
Quakers in New England, from the 
time of their first arrival in 1656 to the 
year 1660. Wherein their Merciless 
Whippings, Chainings, Finings, Im- 
prisonings, Starvings, Burning the 
Hand, Cutting off Ears, and Putting 


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to Death, with divers other Cruelties, 
inflicted upon the Bodies of Innocent 
Men and Women, only for Conscience 
sake, are briefly described. 

Second Part. A relation of the 
Cruel and Bloody Suflferings of the 
People called Quakers, in the Juris- 
diction chiefly of the Massachusets: 
Beginning with the Suflferings of Wil- 
liam Leddra whom they murdered 
and hung on a tree, etc., and ending 
with the Suflferings of Edward Whar- 
ton the 3rd Month 1665. And the 
remarkable Judgments of God, in the 
Death of John Endicot, Govemour; 
John Norton, High-Priest; and 
Humphry Adderton, Major Greneral. 

Truth and Innocency Defended; 
against Falshood and Envy: and the 
Martyrs of Jesus, and Suflferers for 
his Sake, Vindicated. In answer to 
Cotton Mather (a Priest of Boston) 
his Calumnies, Lyes and Abuses of 
the People called Quakers, in his late 
Church-History of New England. By 
John Whiting. In all 3 vols., i2mo, 
uniformly bound in new full sprinkled 
calf, yellow edges. London. Printed 
and Sold by T. Sowle in White-House 
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1465 Blaikie, Alexander. A His- 
tory of Presbyterianism in New Eng- 
land, Its Introduction, Growth, De- 
cay, Revival, and Present Mission. 
2 vols, in I. i2mo, cloth, pp. 512. 
Boston, 1881. $1.00 

1466 Blaxland, G. C. Mayflower 
Essays on the Story of the Pilg^m 
Fathers, as told in Gov. Bradford's 
MSS., with Reproduction of Capt. 
Smith's Map of New England. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 146. London, 1896. $1.00 

1467 Bodge, Geo. M. Soldiers in 
King Philip's War, Being an Actual 
Account of That War, with Indian 
Wars of New England, 1620-77, with 
the Official Lists of Soldiers, etc. 
8vo, half morocco, pp. 502. Leomin- 
ster, 1896. $5.00 

1468 Bowne. A Girl's Life Eighty 
Years Ago; Selections from the Let- 
ters of Eliza Southgate Bowne. 
With an introduction by Clarence 
Cook. Portraits and views. 8vo, or- 
namental cloth, pp. 239. New York, 

1887. $1.50 

1469 Bradfoidy Alden. New Eng- 
land Chronology, from the Discovery 
of the Country by Cabot in 1497 to 
1820. i2mo, cloth, pp. 202. Boston, 
1843. $2.00 

Although the title-page says to 1800 only, the 
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1470 Brown, Abram E. Beside 
Old Hearth-Stones. (Colonial, Revo- 
lutionary, Early Families, etc. Illus- 
trated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 367. Boston, 
1897. $1.25 

1471 Byington, Ezra H. The Puri- 
tan in England and New England. 
(Early History of New England, 
Early Ministers, William Pynchon, 
Family and Social Life, etc.) 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 406. London, 1896. $1.50 

1472 Carter, Robert. A Summer 
Cruise on the Coast of New England. 
Map. i2mo, cloth, pp. 261. Boston, 

1888. $1.00 

1473 Coit, Thomas W. Puritan- 
ism; or, A Churchman's Defence 
against Its Aspersions, by an Appeal 
to Its Own History. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
528. New York, 1845. $1.50 

1474 Drake, Samuel A. Our Colo- 
nial Homes. (The Most Celebrated 
Colonial Houses of New England. 
Illustrated and Described.) Plates. 
Royal 8vo, cloth, pp. 211. Boston, 
1894. $2.00 

147s Drake, Sam'l G. Result of 
Some Researches among the British 
Archives for Information Relative to 
the Founders of New England. 3d 
edition. Large-paper copy. 4to, 
paper, uncut, pp. 148. Boston, 1865. 

No. 53 of a limited edition of 75 copies on 
large paper. 

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1476 Pelt, Joseph B. The Ec- 
clesiastical History of New England, 
Comprising not only Religious but 
also Moral and Other Relations. 2 
vols., 8vo, black cloth. Boston, 1855. 


1477 Hunter, Jos. Collections con- 
cerning the Church or Congregation 
of Protestant Separatists formed at 
Scrosby in North Nottinghamshire in 
the time of King James First. The 
Founders of New Plymouth, the Par- 
ent-Colony of New England. Svo, 
cloth, uncut, pp. 205. London, 1854. 


The Mayflower. Prince's New England, 
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Brewster, etc., in the parish registers, etc. 

1478 Innt, George. Old New Eng- 
land Traits. (The Ancient Farm 
House, Amusements, Interesting 
Cases, etc.) i2mo, cloth, pp. 244. 
New York, 1873. $1.50 

1479 Mather, Cotton. Magnalia 
Christi Americana; or. The Ecclesi- 
astical History of New England, from 
the First Planting in 1620 to 1608. 
In seven books. Folio, new full 
Spanish mottled calf, gilt, gilt edges 
by Reviere. Map. London: Thomas 
Parkhurst, 1702. $60.00 

Margins of title-page and map neatly repaired* 
Fine copy, newly and elegantly bound. It ha* 
the origrinal map, which is often wanting, also 
two pages of List of Books printed by Thomas 

1480 Mather, Cotton. Psalterium 
Americanum: The Book of Psalms. 
In a Translation Exactly Conformed 
unto the Original, but All in Blank 
Verse, Fitted unto the Times Com- 
monly Used in Our Churches. i2mo, 
old calf, title-page in facsimile, pp. 
426. Boston, 1718. $7.50 

Title-page in facsimile. This copy formerly 
belonged to Dr. Benjamin Colman, and has his 
autograph in it. 

1481 Mather, Cotton. The Chris- 
tian Philosopher: A Collection of the 
Best Discoveries in Nature, with Re- 
ligious Improvements. Svo, calf, pp. 

^ 304. London, 1721. $5.00 

1482 Mather, Cotton. The Life of. 
By Samuel Mather. 2 portraits in- 
serted. 8vo, half calf, pp. 186. Bos- 
ton, 1729. $10.00 

Contains the list of books by Cotton Mather, 
chronologically arranged. 

1483 Mather, Increase. A Further 
Account of the Tryals of the New 
England Witches, with the Observa- 
tions of a Person Who Was upon the 
Place Several Days when the Sus- 
pected Witches Were First Taken into 
Examination. To which is added 
Cases of Conscience, Concerning 
Witchcrafts and Evil Spirits Personat- 
ing Men. Written at the Request of 
the Ministers of New England. By 
Increase Mather, President of Har- 
vard College. 4to, red morocco, 
tooled by W. Pratt, gilt edges. Lon- 
don (printed for T. Dunton at the 
Raven in the Poultery), 1693. $60.00 

Headlines cut into, but has both title-pages 
and the four-page postscript. Ives* copy sold 
for $100.00 ; Bailow's, $95.00. 

1484 (Kather, Increase.) A Sixth 
Collection of Papers Relating to the 
Present Juncture of Aflfairs in Eng- 
land. Contains: A Narrative of the 
Miseries of New England by Reason 
of an Arbitrary Government Erected 
There. By Increase Mather. 4to, 
half morocco, pp. 34. London, 1689. 

1485 Mather, Increase. The Mys- 
tery of Israel's Salvation Explained; 
or, A Discourse Concerning the Gen- 
eral Conversion of the Israelitish Na- 
tion. 8vo, full brown levant morocco, 
gilt, gilt edges by Pratt, pp. 46. 
181(10). n. p. Printed in the year 
1669. $35-<» 

The margins to several of the leaves have been 
neatly repaired, but extremely rare in any condi^ 
tion. This is the first of Increase Mather's 
works, and consequently the first book by any 
of that celebrated family. It stands No. i in 
Mr. Sibley's Catalogue of Mather Works. 

Although the second title-page bears the im- 
print ** London, printed for John Allen," it ha» 
been held by many that the work was printed by 
Green at Cambridge. 

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i486 Mather, Increase. (Teacher 
of a Church at Boston in New Eng- 
land.) Boston, 1682. 

A. Komhtolpaqia; or, A Discourse 
Concerning Comets; wherein the Na- 
ture of Blazing Stars is Enquired 
Into. With an Historical Account of 
All the Comets — ^to This Present 
Year, pp. 143. 

B. Heavens Alarm to the World; 
or, A Sermon Wherein Is Shewed that 
Fearful Sights and Signs in Heaven 
Are the Presages of Great Calamities 
at Hand. Preached at the Lecture of 
Boston, in New England, January 20, 
1680, by Increase Mather. Second 
Impression, pp. 38. 

C. The Latter Sig^ Discoursed of, 
in a Sermon, Preached at the Lecture 
of Boston in New-England; August 
31, 1682, Wherein Is Shewed, that the 
Voice of God in Signal Providences, 
Especially when Repeated and Iter- 
ated, Ought to be Hearkened unto, 
by Increase Mather, pp. 32. In all 3 
vols., i6mo, new full polished calf, by 
Reviere. Boston in New England. 


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1487 Moore, Jacob B. Memoirs of 
American Governors, Vol. I. (all pub- 
lished; includes the Lives of the Gov- 
ernors of New Plymouth, 1620-92, of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1630-89). Por- 
traits. 8vo, cloth, pp. 439. Washing- 
ton, 1846. $1.50 

1488 Merriman, T. M. The Pil- 
grims, Puritans, and Roger Williams 
Vindicated, and His Sentence of Ban- 
ishment Ought to be Revoked. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 312. Boston, 1892. 


1489 Palfrey, John G. History of 
New England from the Discovery by 
Europeans to July, 1775. Maps. 
Large-type library edition. 5 vols., 
Svo, cloth, uncut. Boston, 1859-90. 


1490 Parley, Sidney. Historic 
Storms of New England: Its Gales, 
Hurricanes, Tornadoes, etc. With 
Incidents and Anecdotes. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 341. Salem, 1891. $1.50 

1491 Pike, James S. The New 
Puritan. New England Two Hun- 
dred Years Ago. Some Account of 
the Life of Robert Pike, the Puritan 
Who Defended the Quakers, Resisted 
Qerical Domination, and Opposed 
the Witchcraft Prosecution. i2mo, 
pp. 237. New York, 1879. $^-50 

1492 Pilgrim Fathers. Coleman, 
Wm. M. The History of the Primi- 
tive Yankees; or. The Pilgrim Fathers 
in England and Holland. i2mo, pa- 
per, pp. 62. Washington, 1881. $1.00 

1493 Prince Society. John Wheel- 
wright, His Writings, etc. By Chas. 
H. Bell. 4to, paper, uncut. Boston, 
1876. $8.50 

1494 Prince Society. Sir William 
Alexander and American Coloniza- 
tion, with a Memoir. By Rev. E. F. 
Slafter. 4to, paper, uncut. Boston, 
1873. $25.00 

1495 Shepard, Thos. (Late Wor- 
thy and Faithful Pastor of the Church 
of Christ at Cambridge in New Eng- 
land). The Parable of the Ten Vir- 
gins Opened and Applied, Being a 
Substance of Divers Sermons, etc. 
Folio pp. 232 -j- 195. Reprinted 
and Carefully Corrected in the Year 
1695. $3.00 

1496 Shepard, Thos. (now Preacher 
of God's Word in New England). 
The Sound Believer: A Treatise of 
Evangelical Conversion. i2mo, old 
calf, pp. 332 and Contents. London, 
1671. $1.50 

1497 IThden, H. F. History of the 
Congregationalists in New England 
to the Revivals of 1740. Translated 
by H. C. Conant. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
303. Boston, 1858. $1.50 

1498 White, Dan'l Appleton. New 
England Congregationalism in Its 

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Origin and Purity: Illustrated by the 
Foundation and Eariy Records of the 
First Church in Salem. (Early Rec- 
ords, Hubbard's History of New Eng- 
land, Bentley's Description of Salem, 
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pp. 319. Salem, 1861. $2.00 

1499 Winthrop, Governor. Some 
Old Puritan Love-Letters: John and 
Margaret Winthrop, 1618-38. Por- 
trait. 8vo, cloth, uncut, pp. 188. 

^ New York, 1894. $1.25 

1500 Young, Alex. Chronicles of 
the Pilg^m Fathers of the Colony of 
Plymouth from 1602 to 1625, Now 
First Collected from Original Rec- 
ords and Contemporaneous Printed 
Documents, with Notes. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 504. Boston, 1841. 



1501 Barstow, George. The His- 
tory of New Hampshire, from Its Dis- 
covery in 1614 to the Passage of the 
Toleration Act in 1819. (Witchcraft 
at Portsmouth and Salem, Siege and 
Fall of Louisburg, Braddock's De- 
feat, War of 1812, etc.) Portrait. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 456. Concord, 1842. $3.00 

1502 Campton. Centennial Cele- 
bration of the Town of Campton. 
i2mo, paper, pp. 118. Concord, 1868. 


1503 Concord. A Directory of the 
Inhabitants of Concord Centre, with 
Views of Public Buildings and a Map 
of the Villages. By David Watson. 
i8mo, half morocco. Concord, 1844. 


Rare. Contains a History, with numerous 

1504 Concord. Bouton, Nathaniel. 
The History of Concord from Its First 
Grant in 1725 to 1853. Maps and il- 
lustrations. 8vo, cloth, pp. 786. Con- 
cord, 1856. $7.50 

1505 Candia. Eaton, F. B. His- 
tory of Candia, Once Known as 

^ Charmingfeu-e, with Notices of Some 

of the Early Families. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 151. Manchester, 
1852. $2.50 

1506 Hollis. Worcester, Samuel T. 
History of the Town of Hollis from 
First Settlement to 1879, with 
Sketches of the Early Settlers and 
Their Descendants. Map and por- 
traits. 8vo, cloth, pp. 393. Boston, 
1879. $4.50 

1507 King, Thomas S. The White 
Hills: Their Legends, Landscape, and 
Poetry. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
403. Boston, 1863. $1.50 

1508 Lawrence, Robert F. The 
Newt Hampshire . Churches: The 
Congregational and Presbyterian 
Churches in the State, with Notices of 
First Settlement of Towns, etc. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 624. Claremont, 1856. 


1509 Mason. History of the Town 
of Mason from the First Grant in 
1749 to the Year 1858. By John B. 
Hill. (Proprietary History, Munici- 
pal History, Family Registers, Revo- 
lutionary War, etc.) Portraits and 
views. 8vo, cloth, pp. 324-1-114. 
Boston, 1858. $4.00 

1510 Moore, J. Bailey. New 
Hampshire at the Centennial: Address 
of Governor Cheney and Oration of 
Professor Sanborn. Portrait. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 54. Manchester, 1876. .75 

1511 New Boston^ Cogswell, El- 
liott C. History of New Boston. 
(With Genealogies.) Portraits, map, 
etc. 8vo, cloth (a little worn), pp. 470. 
Boston, 1864. $8.00 

1 5 12 New Hampton. Reminis- 
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of the Kelley and Simpson Families. 
By F. H. Kelley. Illustrated. Royal 
8vo, cloth, pp. 147. Worcester, 1889. 


1 5 13 Portsmouth. Adams, Geo. M. 
Discourse on 200th Anniversary of 
the North Church. Plate. 8vo, cloth, 
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151 5 Sanbomton. History of. 
Vol. I., Annals; Vol. IL, Genealogies. 
By M. T. Rennels. Portraits. 2 vols., 
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1 516 Sketches of Successful New 
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1 517 Windliaiii. Morrison, Leon- 
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derry, Ireland, with Historical Glean- 
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Settlers, etc.) 8vo, cloth, pp. 169. 
Boston, 1892. $1.00 

1 5 18 White Mountains. Drake, 
Samuel A. The Heart of the White 
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Gibson. 4to, cloth, pp. 318. New 
York, 1882. $2.50 

1 5 19 Whiton, John M. Sketches 
of the History of New Hampshire 
from Its Settlement in 1623 to 1833: 
Memorable Events for a Period of 
210 Years. i2mo, sheep, pp. 222. 
Concord, 1834. $1.75 


1520 A Further Aooonnt of New 
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Lately Written from Thence. Small 
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Only a few copies made in facsimile from the 
Ycry rare original. 

1521 Atlantic City. History qL 
By A. L. English. Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 208. Philadelphia, 1884. 


1522 Barber, John W., and Howe, 
Henry. Historical Collections of the 
State of New Jersey. 120 illustra- 
tions. 8vo, sheep, pp. 512. New 
York, 1845. $4.00 

1523 Burlington. Boardman, Hy. 
A. Sermon on Death of John M. 
Cormell, and John F. Gillespie and 
wife, victims of the R. R. Catastrophe 
at Burlington, August 29, 1855. 
8vo. Philadelphia, 1855. .75 \ 

1524 Burlington. Brown, Henry 
A. The Settlement of Burlington. 
8vo, paper, pp. 68. Burlington, 1878. 


1525 Essex and Hudson Counties. J 
History of Essex and Hudson Coun- 
ties, New Jersey. Compiled by Wm. 
H. Shaw. Numerous portraits and 
illustrations. 2 vols., 4to, half roan, 
gilt edges. Philadelphia, 1884. $7.50 

Pages 55 to 184 contain a valuable record 
with names of Essex County in the Rebellion. 

1526 Burlington. Hills, George 
Morgan. History of the Church in 
Burlington, New Jersey. Comprising 
Facts and Incidents of 200 Years, 
from Original and Contemporaneous 
Sources. Royal 8vo, cloth, pp. 739. 
Trenton, N. J., 1876. $2.50 

1527 Camden County. Revolution- 
ary Reminiscences of. Originally 
part of "Old Gloucester." 8vo, 
paper, pp. 38. Camden, N. J., 1876. 


1528 Cliambers, T. F. The Early 
Germans of New Jersey, Their His- 
tory, Churches, and Grenealogies. 
(Our German Forefathers, The Mo- 
ravians, Names of Persons Natural- 
ized, etc.) Maps and illustrations. 
Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut, pp. 667. 
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Pages 227 to 611 are genealogies. 

1529 Cumberland County. Elmer, 
L. Q. C. History of the Early Set- 
tlement and Progress of Cumberland 
County. 8vo, cloth, pp. 142. Bridge- 
ton, 1869. $1.50 

1530 East Jersey Proprietors. Bi- 
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1586 French, J. H. Gazetteer of 
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1589 Herkimer Connty. Benton, 
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1590 Hotchkin, James H. A His- 
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1593 Lewis Connty. History of, 
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1642 Cogswell, Joseph G. Life of, 
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1643 Cnnuningi, Thomas S. His- 
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1644 Bavenport, John I. The 
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1645 BawiOE, Henry B. Records 
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^646 Dawson, Henry B. The Sons 
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1647 DiBtumcll, John, New York 
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296. New York, 1876. .75 

1648 Dixon, Dr. Edward H. 
Scenes in the Practice of a New York 
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1650 Du Bois, Henri P. Four Pri- 
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1651 Dnrand, Edward D. The Fi- 
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1652 Earle, Alice Morse. Colonial 
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1653 Fairchildy Herman LeRoy. 
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1654 Fiik, James. The Life of 
James Fisk, Jr., including the Great 
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Assassin. By Willoughby Jones. Il- 
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delphia, 1872. $2.00 

1655 Fowler, William W. Twenty 
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576. New York, 1880. $1.50 

1656 Francis, John W. Old New 
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1657 Ooddard, Thomas H. A 
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1658 Orecnleaf, Jonathan. A His- 
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nations in the City of New York, from 
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1659 Griggs, William N. The Cele- 
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1660 Hcadlcy, J. T. The Great 
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1661 Hildebnm, Charles R. 
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1662 Janvier, Thomas. In Old 
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1663 JogVLtBj Isaac. Novum Bel- 
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1664 Johnson, Samuel (First Presi- 
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1665 Johnson, Henry P. Observa- 
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1666 King's Hand Book of New 
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1667 Lamb, Mrs. Martha J. Wall 
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1668 lanicr, J. F. D. Sketch of 
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1669 Lexow Investigation (the fuU 
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1671 Uoyd's Companion and 
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1672 McManus, Blanche. How the 
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1673 Kayeriok, Augustus. Henry 
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1674 Moore, N. F. An Historical 
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1675 Moss, Frank (President of the 
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1676 Mullaly, Xohn. The New 
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1677 Ncal, Jos. C Charcoal 
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1678 New York Historical Society 
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1679 Osgood, Samuel. New York 
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1680 Procter, L. B. The Bench 
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1681 Band, McNally A Co.'i Handy 
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1682 Beoords of New Amsterdam 
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1683 Biker, James. Evacuation 
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1685 Bode's Business Directory for 
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1686 Bogers, E. P. The Glory of 
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1687 (Busscll, William.) Diary of 
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1688 (Scoville.) The Old Mer- 
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3. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1870. 


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i68g Shea, Dr. J. G. Catholic 
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1690 Sheldon, George W. The 
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1691 Slick, Jonathan. High Life in 
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1692 Smith, Thomas E. V. The 
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1693 SteyenS) John Austin. The 
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the Centennial Celebration. 4to, 
cloth, uncut, pp. 201. New York, 
1885. I $1.50 

1694 Strykcr, Peter. Historical 
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Service held in the Reformed Dutch 
Church, Comer Broome and Greene 
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New York, i860. $1.50 

1695 Tammany Hall. Myers, Gus- 
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1696 The Growth of New York. 
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Past and Cotninj^ Growth, New York the 
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1697 The Men of New York. A 
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1698 The Sun's Guide to New 
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York, 1892. .75 

1699 Trask, Spencer. Bowling 
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1700 Valentine, David T. History 
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1701 Water Front. Photographs 
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1702 Witches of New York: Re- 
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Philander Doesticks. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 405. New York, 1859. $1.25 

1703 Wood, Fernando. A Model 
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Wood. By a Citizen of New York. 
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1704 Wooley, Charles. Two Years' 
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1705 Wynne, James. Private Li- 
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8vo, cloth, pp. 472. New' York, i860. 


1706 Zenger, John Peter. The 
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York, Printer, Who Was Lately Try'd 
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1707 KiAgara. Barham, William. 
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1709 O'Callagliftn, E. B. Docu- 
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Albany, 1849. $6.00 

1710 O'Callaghan, E. B. The 
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New York. Maps, plans, plates, etc. 
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171 1 Orange Connty. Eager, Som'l 
W. An Outline of the History of 
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1712 Orange Comnty. Portrait and 
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traits. 4to, full morocco, gilt, pp. 
1548. New York, 1895. $8.00 

171 3 Orange Connty. Ruttenber, 
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1714 Orange County. Stickney, 
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Wawayanda, in Orange County, New 
York, from Their Organization to the 
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1715 Oswego County. Tyler, R. H. 
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1 716 Pompey. Reunion of the Sons 
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1717 Ponghkeepsie. Van Gieson, 
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1718 Poughkeepsie. Lossing, Ben- 
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1719 Queens County. History of 
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1720 Boberts, James A. A Century 
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1721' Bochester. A Study Histori- 
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1722 Bochesfer. O'Reilly, Henry. 
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1723 Boehesfer. Ward, F. De W. 
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184. Rochester, 1871. $1.50 

1724 Bogers, Frank D. Folk 
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1725 Bnflner, W. H. A Report on 
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cloth, pp. 242. New York, 1889. 


1726 Saratoga. Perkins, Eli. Sara- 
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1727 Saratoga. Stone, Wm. L. 
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1728 Severancei Frank H. Old 
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1729 Sing Sing. Luckey, John. 
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1730 Smith, William. History of 
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1731 Senthold. Whitaker, Epher. 
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1732 Sonthampton. Addresses De- 
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1733 Spencer, Ambrose. Memorial 
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1734 Sqnier, E. G. Antiquities of 
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1735 Statement of All the Lands 
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1736 Suffolk Connty. Portrait and 
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1737 Thomson, John. Historical 
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i2mo, cloth, pp. 120. New York, 
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1738 Trenton Palls, Picturesque 
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'1 739 Troy. Troy's One Hundred 
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453. Troy, 1891. $3.00 

1740 Troy. Weise, A. J. History 
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1741 Troy. Wood^vorth, John. 
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cloth, pp. 112. Albany, i860. $2.00 

1742 Tryon Comnty. Campbell, 
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during the Revolution. Map. 8vo, 
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1743 Turner, O. History of the 
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1744 Xrtica. Bogg, M. M. The 
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1745 xrtica. City Directory, 
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I745J4 Van Bensselaer, Mrs. John 
King. New Yorkers of the Nine- 
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King, Schuyler, Stu)rvesant, Van 
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1746 Votes and Proceedings of the 
Assembly of the State of New York, 
at the First Meeting of the Fourth 
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day, September 7, 1780. Edited by 
Geo. H. Moore, and now first printed 
from original MS. Folio, cloth, pp. 
59. Albany, 1859. $3.00 

1747 Watson, W. C. Pioneer His- 
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Other Papers, and a Memoir and 
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8vo, paper, uncut, pp. 231. Albany, 
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1748 Westchester Comnty. History 
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Patents of the County of West- 
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Maps and illustrations. 2 vols., thick 
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1749 Westchester Coimty. Pryer, 
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1819 Franklin County. M'Cauley, 
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1828 Bxackenridge, H. M. History 
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1829 Hotohkin, S. F. Early 
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183s linn, John Blair. Charter of 
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1842 Penn, William. History of, 
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1956 Bancroft, Hubert H. History 
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1980 Thompson, Zodock. History 
of Vermont, Natural, Civil, and Statis- 
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sheep, pp. 652. Burlington, 1842. 


1981 Vermont State Papers. A 
Collection of Records and Documents 
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bury, 1823. $3.50 

1982 Williams, Samuel. The Nat- 
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1983 Windsor County. Child, Ham- 
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1984 Virginia: A Geographical 
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1985 Angnsta County. Waddell, 
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1986 (Beverley, Robert.) The His- 
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1987 Boyd, C. R. Resources of 
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1988 Bnrk, Jahn. The History of 
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1989 Campbell, J. W. A History of 
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1990 Chamberlayne, Churchill G. 
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500 copies, privately printed. No. 393. 

1991 Delaware, Lord. The Rela- 
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1992 Binwiddie, Robert. Official 
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half roan. Richmond, 1884. $2.00 

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1993 Exiles in Virginia, with Ob- 
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1994 QrigAjf Hugh Blair. The 
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1995 Hawks, Francis L. Contribu- 
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I. Nahrative of events connected with the rise 
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1996 Jefferson, Thomas. Notes on 
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1997 Jefferson, Thomas. Notes on 
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1998 Jefferson, Thomas. Notes on 
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1999 Johnston, F. Memorials of 
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2007 Smith, Capt. John. A True 
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2015 Baily, Francis. Journal of a 
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2016 Balch, Wm. R. The Mines, 
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This mammoth volume gives a complete view 
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2017 Bartletty John R. Personal 
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2018 Bates, D. B. Incidents on 
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2019 Bestc, J. R. The Wabash; or. 
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2020 Bird, Isabella L. A Lady's 
Life in the Rocky Mountains. (San 
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Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 296. 
New York, 1882. $1.00 

2021 Blanchard, Rufus. The Dis- 
covery and Conquest of the North- 
west, including Early History of Chi- 
cago, Detroit, etc., and Pioneer Life 
in the Region of the Great Lakes and 
Mississippi Valley. Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 485. Chicago, 1880. $3.00 

2022 Boddam-Whetliain, J. W. 

Pearls of the Pacific. (San Francisco, 
Hawaii, etc.) Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, 
pp. 362. London, 1876. $1.50 

2023 Boddam-Wliethamy J. W. 

Western Wanderings: A Record of 
Travel in the Evening Land. Illus- 
trated. 8vo, cloth, uncut, pp. 364. 
London, 1874. $1.50 

2024 Bowles, Samuel. Across the 
Continent: A Summer Journey to the 

Rocky Mounteiins, The Mormons, 
and Pacific States, with Speaker Col- 
fax'. Map. i2mo, cloth, pp. 452. 
Springfield, 1865. $1.00 

2025 Bowles, Samuel. Our New 
West: Records of Travel between the 
Mississippi River and the Pacific 
Ocean, with Details of the Wonder- 
ful Natural Scenery, Mines, Business, 
Social Life, Progress of the Western 
States, Life of the Mormons, Indians, 
and Chinese. Illustrated. 8vo, half 
morocco, pp. 524. Hartford, 1869. 


2026 Bradford, W. J. A. Notes on 
the Northwest, or Valley of the Up- 
per Mississippi. 8vo, cloth, pp. 302. 
New York, 1846. $2.00 

2027 Brown, Samuel R. The 
Western Gazetteer; or. Emigrants' 
Directory: A Description of the West- 
em States and Territories. 8vo, calf, 
pp. 360. Auburn, 1817. $2.oa 

Contains much matter relating to the Indians 
and antiquities. 

2028 BntterftoM, C. W. History of 
Brule's Discoveries and Explorations,. 
1610-26: The Narrative of the Dis- 
coveries of Lakes Huron, Ontario,, 
and Superior. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth,, 
pp. 185. Cleveland, 1898. $2.00 

2029 Bntterfteldy C. W. History of 
the Girtys and the Part Taken by 
Them in Lord Dunmore's War, the 
Western Border War of the Revolu- 
tion, and the Indian War of 1790-95. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 426. Cincinnati, 1890. 


2030 Campbell, A., and Twining,. 
W. J. Reports on the Survey be- 
tween the Territory of the United 
States and Great Britain, from Lake 
of the Woods to the Summit of the 
Rocky Mountains. Plates and atlas. 
2 vols., 4to, cloth, pp. 624. Washing- 
ton, 1878. $5.00' 

The complete report of the Northwestern 
Boundary Survey. 

2031 Campbelly John W. Bio- 
g^phical Sketches, with Ottier Lit-^ 

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Campbell, Judge of the U. S. Court 
for the District of Ohio. Compiled 
by his widow. Portraits. 8vo, half 
calf, pp. 279. Columbus, Ohio, 1838. 


The first hundred pages contain the lives of 
six Western pioneers, the material for which was 
collected some years before the author's death. 

2032 Campion, J. S. (Major IJ. S. 
A.). On The Frontier: Reminiscences 
of Wild Sports, Personal Adventure, 
and Strange Scenes (in the Western 
States). Illustrated. 8vo, half calf, 
pp. 372. London, 1878. $2.50 


2033 Carleton, A. B. The Wonder- 
lands of the Wild West, with Sketches 
of the Mormons. Illustrated. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 348. 1891. $1.50 

2034 Ceton, John D. The Ante- 
lope and Deer of America: A Com- 
prehensive Treatise. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 426. New York. $1.50 

2035 Carvalha, S, M. Incidents of 
Travel and Adventure in the For 
West; with Col. Fremont's Last Ex- 
pedition across the Rocky Mountains, 
including Three Months' Residence 
in Utah, and Perilous Trip across the 
Great American Desert to the Pacific. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 250 -f- 130. New 
York, 1859. $i-5o 

The author was artist in Colonel Fremont's 

2036 Carver, J. Travels through 
the Interior Parts of North America 
in 1766, 1767, and 1768, to Which is 
Added Some Account of the Author 
and a Copious Index. Map, portrait, 
and colored plates. 8vo, full calf, gilt, 
pp. 544 and index. London, 1781. 


Fine copy of the third and best edition. 
Carver was captain of a company of provincial 
troops daring the late war with France. 

2037 Clampitty John W. Echoes 
from the Rocky Mountains: Reminis- 
cences and Thrilling Incidents of the 
Golden Age in the Great West. Il- 
lustrated. Large 8vo, cloth, pp. 671. 
Chicago, 1888. $2.50 

2038 Clavert, Mary. A New 
Home — ^Who'll Follow? or, Glimpses 
of Western Life. i2mo, cloth, pp. 
317. New York, 1839. $1.00 

2039 Codman, John. The Round 
Trip by Way of Panama through 
California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, 
Idaho, and Colorado. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 331. New York, 1879. $1.00 

2040 CoggeshaU, Wm. T. The 
Poets and Poetry of the West, with 
Biographical and Critical Notices. 
4to, cloth, pp. 688. New York, 1864. 

The best collection of Western poetry. It 
contains selections, with biographical notices, 
from the writings of 97 men and 55 women. 

2041 Cox, Ross. Adventures on 
the Columbia River, including a Nar- 
rative of a Residence of Six Years on 
the Western Side of the Rocky Moun- 
tains. 8vo, cloth, pp. 335. New 
York, 1832. $2.50 

2042 Cuming, F. Sketches of a 
Tour to the Western Country through 
Ohio and Kentucky: A Voyage down 
the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers; A 
Trip through the Mississippi Terri- 
tory and Part of West Florida, in 
1807 to 1809; with Notes and Ap- 
pendix. i2mo, calf, pp. 504. Pitts- 
burgh, 1810. $5.00 

One of the most valuable and interesting 
works relating to the West. 

2043 Custer, Elizabeth B. Tenting 
on the Plains; or. General Custer in 
Kansas and Texas. Portraits and il- 
lustrations. 8vo, cloth, pp. 702. 
New York, 1887. $1.50 

2044 Custer, Gen. G. A. My Life 
on the Plains; or, Personal Experi- 
ences with Indians. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
256. New York, 1876. $3.00 

Scarce. General Custer's own book. Long 
out of print. 

2045 Darby, William. The Emi- 
grants' Guide to the Western and 
Southwestern States and Territories, 
with a Description of Louisiana, Ten- 
nessee, Kentucky, Ohio; Roads and 
Rivers West of the Alleghanies, etc. 

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Map. 8vo, sheep, pp. 311. New 
York, 1818. $2.00 

2046 De Bow, J. D. B. The Indus- 
trial Resources, etc., of the Southern 
and Western States: Embracing a 
View of Their Commerce, Manufac- 
tures, Slave and Free Labor, Slavery 
Institutions, with Historical and Sta- 
tistical Sketches of the Different 
States and Cities, Commerce and 
Manufactures from the Earliest Pe- 
riods. 3 vols., Svo, cloth. New Or- 
leans, 1853. $5.00 

Scarce. Contains much curious information 
on Western Hunters and Trappers, Steamboat 
Disasters in the West, West Indian Islands, 
Origin and Early History of New York, etc. 

2047 Delano, A. Life on the 
Plains and among the Diggings: Be- 
ing Scenes and Adventures of an 
Overland Journey to California. Il- 
lustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 384. Au- 
burn, 1854. $1.25 

2048 Devol, Geo. H. Forty Years 
a Gambler on the Mississippi. Illus- 
trated. 8vo, cloth, pp. 300. Cincin- 
nati, 1887. $2.00 

2049 Dixon, Wm. Hepworth. New 
America, with Illustrations from 
Original Photographs. (Overland 
Mail, Prairie Indians, Mormon The- 
ater, etc.) 2 vols., 8vo, half calf. 
London, 1867. $1.50 

2050 Drake, Samuel A. The Mak- 
ing of the Great West, 1512-1883. Il- 
lustrated. i2mo, cloth, pp. 339. 
London, 1887. $1.00 

2051 Dunraven, Earl of. The Great 
Divide: Travels in Upper Yellow- 
stone in the Summer of 1874. Illus- 
trations by V. W. Bromley. Map. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 377. London, 1876. 


2052 Elliott, Richard S. Notes 
Taken in Sixty Years. (In the West, 
St. Louis, Early Days in Missouri, 
etc.) 8vo, cloth, pp. 336. St. Louis, 
1883. $1.50 

2053 FeathentonliaaglL, G. W. 
Geological Report of the Elevated 

Country between the Missouri and 
Red Rivers. Map. Svo, boards, pp. 
97. Washington, 1835. .75 

2054 Flint, Timothy. Condensed 
Geog^phy and History of the West- 
ern States, or Mississippi Valley. 2 
vols., Svo, calf. Cincinnati, 1S28. 


2055 Fofter, J. W. The Mississippi 
Valley: Topog^phy, Geology, etc. 
Illustrated. Svo, cloth, pp. 443. Chi- 
cago, 1869. $3.00 

2056 Fowler, William W. Pioneer 
Women of America: An Authentic 
History of Heroism, Adventure, Pri- 
vations, Captivities, etc., erf the 
Mothers of the Republic. Illustrated. 
Svo, cloth, pp. 527. Hartford, 189 1. 


2057 Frank's Banch; or. My Holi- 
day in the Rockies. Illustrated. 
i6mo, half calf, pp. 214. London, 
1886. $1.50 

2058 (Oallagher, Wm. D.) Selec- 
tions from the Poetical Literature of 
the West. Svo, boards, uncut, pp. 
264. Cincinnati, 1S41. $2.00 

Very fine, clean, uncut copy. One of the ear- 
liest collections of Western verse. 

2059 Gilpin, William. The Central 
Gold Region, with New Views of Its 
Physical Geography and Observations 
on the Pacific Railroad. Maps. Svo, 
cloth, pp. 194. Philadelphia, 1S60. 


2060 Gilpin, William. The Central 
Gold Region, and the Grain, Pas- 
toral, and Gold Regions of North 
America, with Some New Views erf 
Its Physical Geography. Maps. Svo, 
cloth, pp. 194. Philadelphia, 1S60. 


2061 Glazier, Captain Willard. 
Headwaters of the Mississippi: Bio- 
graphical Sketches of Early and Re- 
cent Explorers of the Great River, 
and a Full Account of the Discovery 
and Location of Its True Source in 
a Lake beyond Itasca. Illustrated. 

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i2mo, cloth, pp. 527. Chicago and 
New York, 1893. $1.00 

2062 Hall, James. Legends of the 
West: A Series of Interesting Tales 
Descriptive of the Scenery and Man- 
ners of the West, during Its Early 
Settlement. i2mo, cloth, pp. 435. 
New York, 1854. $1.50 

2063 Hall, James. The West, Its 
Commerce and Navigation. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 348. Cincinnati, 1848. 


2064 (Hall, James.) The Western 
Monthly Magazine, a Continuation 
of the Illinois Monthly Magazine. 
Vol. I., complete with contents, from 
January tb June, 1833. (History of 
Illinois, i78io-i8oo, by J. M. Peck; 
History of Ohio, Wood River Mas- 
sacre, Daniel Boone, with rare full- 
page lithographic portrait, etc.) 8vo, 
half boards. Cincinnati, 1833. 

These early Western magazines are quite rare, 
and contain local historical matter not to be 
found elsewhere. 

2065 HarclrnftTi, Francis. Frontier 
Life; or. Scenes and Adventures in the 
Southwest. Illustrated. i2mo, cloth, 
pp. 376. Buffalo, 1853. $1.50 

2066 Haydeiii F. V. Sun Pictures 
of Rocky Mountain Scenery, with De- 
scription of Features and Resources 
of the Great West. 30 photographic 
views. 4to, half morooco, pp. 150. 
New York, 1870. $4.00 

2067 Hemutmii Binger. The Lou- 
isiana Purchase and Our Title West 
of the Rocky Mountains, with a Re- 
view of Annexation by the United 
States. Maps. Royal 8vo, cloth, pp. 
87. Washington, 1900. $1.50 

2068 (Hildretliy James.) Dragoon 
Campaigns to the Rocky Mountains: 
Being a History of the Campaigns of 
the United States Dragoons, with 
Sketches of Indian Characters. i2mo, 
cloth, pp. 288. New York, 1836. 


2069 HnnteTi George. Reminis- 
cences of an Old Timer: Actual 
Events, Incidents, Trials, etc., of a 
Pioneer Hunter, Miner, and Scout of 
the Pacific Northwest. Illustrated. 
8vo, cloth, pp. 508. Battle Creek,. 
1889. $2.25 

2070 Hutchinsoiii I. R. Reminis- 
cences, Sketches, and Addresses Se- 
lected from My Papers during a Min- 
istry of Forty-five Years in Miss- 
issippi, Louisiana, and Texas. i2mo,, 
cloth, pp. 218. Houston, 1874. 


2071 HutchinSy Thomas. A Topo- 
graphical Description of Virginia, 
Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North 
Carolina: Comprising the Rivers 
Ohio, Kenhawa, Cherokee, Wabash,. 
Illinois, Mississippi, etc. With fold- 
ing map, plan, and table. 8vo, half 
morocco, pp. 68. London, 1778. 

A good copy of the very rare original edition. 

2072 Keating, William H. Nar- 
rative of an Expedition to the Source 
of the St. Peter's River, Lake Winne- 
peck. Lake of the Woods, Performed 
in 1823 under Command of Stephen 
H. Long. Compiled from his notes. 
Plates. 2 vols., 8vo, half calf. Lon- 
don, 1825. $7.50 

Almost a cyclopedia of material relating to 
the Indians of the explored territory. Noth- 
ing escaped the attention of the expedition. 

2073 ^^^f Henry. Travels through 
the Western Interior of the United 
States from 1808 to 1810, with a Par- 
ticular Description of a Great Part of 
Mexico, or New Spain; with the Man- 
ners, Customs, etc, of Thirteen Dif- 
ferent Tribes of Indians through 
Which the Author Passed. 8vo, old 
sheep (mended), pp. 376. Elizabeth- 
town (printed for the Author), 1816. 

Foxed copy of an unusual work. 

2074 King, Qarence. Mountain- 
eering in the Sierra Nevada. 8vo, 
cloth, pp. 292. London, 1872. $1.50 

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2075 Kinzie, Mrs. John H. Wau- 
Bun; or, Early Days in the North- 
West. Plates. 8vo, cloth, pp. 498. 
New York, 1856. $7.50 

2076 lanman, Charles. Adventures 
in the Wilds of North America. Ed- 
ited by C. R. Weld. (Comprising a 
Description of Red-Wing Village, 
Cherokee Customs, etc.) i2mo, half 
calf, pp. 300. London, 1854. $1.25 

2077 Levinge, R. G. A. Echoes 
from the Backwoods; or. Sketches of 
Transatlantic Life (in the United 
States and Canada). Plates. 2 vols., 
i2mo, cloth. London, 1846. $4.00 

2078 Lewis and Clark. The Life 
and Times of Patrick Gass, now Sole 
Survivor of the Lewis and Clark Ex- 
pedition, also a Soldier in the War of 
1812. By J. G. Jacobs. Portrait. 
i2mo, cloth, pp. 280. Wellsburg, Va., 
1859. $1.50 

2079 I««wis and Clark. Travels to 
the Source of the Missouri River and 
across the American Continent to the 
Pacific Ocean, 1804-06. Maps (one 
missing). 3 vols., 8vo, boards, un- 
cut. London, 181 5. $7.50 

2080 Lewis and Clark. Voyage des 
Capitaines Lewis et Clarke, 18^4-06. 
Le Journal par Patrice Gass et traduit 
en Franqaise par A. J. N. Lallemont. 
Map. 8vo, calf, pp. 445. Paris, 1810. 


2081 Lewis and Clark. Description 
of the Original MSS., Travels Jour- 
nals and Field Note-Books, on Which 
Was Based Biddle's History of the 
Expedition. Read before the Amer- 
ican Philosophical Society by Dr. 
Elliott Coues. 8vo, paper. 1893. .50 

2082 Ludlow, N. M. Dramatic 
Life as I Found It. With an Account 
of the Rise and Progress of the Drama 
in the West and South, with Anec- 
dotes and Sketches. 8vo, cloth, pp. 
733. St. Louis, 1880. $3.50 

2083 KoCall, Maj.-Gen. George A. 
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2191 Scoresby, William. Journal 
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2193 Weddell, James. A Voyage 
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2194 A Plan for the Systematic 
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2195 Acadia. Over the Border: 
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2196 Alexander, Lieut.-Col. Sir 
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2203 Bouchette, Jos. The British 
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2204 Bonrinot, J. G. Canadian 
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2205 British Columbia. Bancroft, 
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2206 Bryoe, George. A History of 
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2207 Butler, W. F. The Wild 
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2208 Carroll, John. Case and His 
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2209 Christie, Robert. History of 
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2210 Cumberland, Stuart. The 
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221 1 Day, Samuel P. English 
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2212 Dent, John C. History of the 
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2221 Oeikiei John C. Adventures 
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2222 OrecCi Chas. F. Facts and 
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2224 (Haliburton, Judge.) The 
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2225 Hardgravei Jos. James. (The) 
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2226 Herioty George. Travels 
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2227 Hardy, Campbell. Forest 
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2228 Heady Sir Francis. A Narra^ 
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2231 Hind, Henry Y. Explora- 
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2232 Hindi H. Y. Narrative of the 
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2233 Hunter, W. S., Jr. Hunter's 
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2234 Jameson, Mrs. Winter Stud- 
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2235 Lambert, John. Travels 
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2237 Lawrence, J. W. Footprints; 
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2238 Lillie, A. Canada, Physical, 
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2239 Lindsey, Charles. Rome in 
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2240 Logan, Sir Wm. E. Life of. 
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2243 Kanitoba. Fitzgibbon, Mary. 
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2250 Koncky Francis E. O. My 
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2251 Koodiei Susana. Roughing 
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2255 Nettle, Richard. The Salmon 
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2268 Nova Scotia. Rogers, Chas. 
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2273 Pike, Warburton. The Bar- 
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Personal adventuret in search^of big game, 
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2274 Preston, T. R. Three Years' 
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2275 Rattray, W. J. The Scot in 
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^276 Bidgeway. An Historical 
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2277 Bidout Letters. Ten Years of 
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Pages 125 to 338 relate to the War of 1812. 
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2278 Boper, Edward. By Track 
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2279 Eoy, J. History of Canada 
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2280 St. ThoniAS. Knox, John P. 
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12283 Seton-Karr, H. W. Bear 
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2284 Simpsoiii George. Narrative 
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By the^Governor of the Hudson's Bay Com- 
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2285 Simpsoiii Thomas. Narrative 
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2288 Smith, W. H. Canada, Past, 
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2289 Smyth, Coke. Sketches in the 
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2293 Strickland, Major. Twenty- 
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2294 Talbot, E. A. Five Years' 
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2295 Taylor, James. Narrative of 
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2299 Tyrrell, J. W. Across the 
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3200 by Canoe and Snowshoe through 
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cloth, pp. 280* New York, 1898. 


2300 VancouYer Island and British 
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1863. $1.50 

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2303 Worburton, Eliot. Hoche- 
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2357 Andrews, Captain. Journey 
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2366 Betes, Henry W. The Nat- 
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2384 Braal. MulhaU, M. G. Be- 
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2386 Brazil. Rickard, F. L A 
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2387 BraziL Scully, William. 
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2390 Brandy Lieut. Chas. Journal 
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2392 Brown, C. Narrative of the 
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2393 Buenos Ayrei and the Prov- 
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2397 CMle. Schmidtmeyer, Peter. 
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2400 Colombia. Holton, Isaac F. 
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2402 Coulter, John. Adventures on 
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2403 Crommelin, M. Over the 
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2404 Curtis, William E. The Capi- 
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2407 Oilliss, J. M. United States 
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2408 Oniana. Bennett, Geo. W. 
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Charlevoix^s History of New France 

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Early New York Houses 

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6. The Bocootawaaaukes, or the Fire Nation. 

7. Some Indian Pishing Stations upon Long Island* 

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Historical Index to ^^Valentine's Manuals'' 

Historical Index to the Manuals of the Corporation of the City of New York, " Valentine's 

Manuals " 1841 to 1870, consisting of 2325 References. 

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